mental hospital n.
See psychiatric hospital.
The experience put her in a mental hospital, where, alarmingly, she asked her visiting father to beat her.
Immediately after the show, Hint Magazine reported that the designer has been in a mental hospital since January.
When she began in the 1970s, art teachers thought she “should maybe be put in a mental hospital.”
He was such a singular figure that Michael Moore tried to have him committed to a mental hospital.
The report says that the purpose of confinement to a mental hospital is often a means to rein in critics of the government.
He remained a patient in a mental hospital until March, 1915, when he escaped.
On the other hand, there is reluctance on the part of medical practitioners to certify such cases for a mental hospital.
Hurd somehow knew about the vagabond raiding party that had rescued Glenna from the mental hospital.
He had to retire from the world to a Home—some said even to a mental hospital.
The mother is feeble-minded, and the father died in a mental hospital.