Eat he could not in this lazaret, but sipped a little of the dark Kirin brew, and plunged again into his researches.
The two searchers climbed out and walked aft to the lazaret.
But when he groped his way back into the main cabin his hands came in contact with the inside of the lazaret door.
But what had roused the sailor's dislike was that the lazaret contained no provisions.
The lunatic asylum in such cases is the natural refuge for the patient, as the lazaret is for cases of smallpox or cholera.
A section of the deck was opened up and the crate was let down into the lazaret.
The lazaret is a new building, and not yet finished, and the work is still in progress.
The steward will open the lazaret and send up barrels and things.
The lazaret of a coaster is a storeroom under the quarter-deck—repository of general odds and ends and spare equipment.
There are two harbours, one on the east and the other on the west side of the town; and in each harbour is a lazaret.
"house for reception of lepers and diseased poor persons," 1540s, from Italian lazareto "place set aside for performance of quarantine" (especially that of Venice, which received many ships from plague-infested districts in the East), from the Biblical proper name Lazarus. Meaning "building set apart for quarantine" is c.1600 in English. The word in Italian was perhaps influenced by the name of another hospital in Venice, that associated with the church of Santa Maria di Nazaret.