noun, plural laz·a·ret·tos.
Origin of lazaretto
Examples from the Web for lazarette
Tom, suppose you hand up a length of that half inch stuff in the lazarette.Boy Scouts in Southern Waters|G. Harvey Ralphson
I lifted the trap in the floor, but for some moments gazed dubiously into the darkness of the lazarette beneath.The Sea-Wolf|Jack London
I suspected this to be the entrance to the lazarette, and putting both hands to the ring pulled the hatch up.The Frozen Pirate|W. Clark Russell
Between records, Van Horn recollected the girl, and had her haled out of her dark hole in the lazarette to listen to the music.Jerry of the Islands|Jack London
They broke open the lazarette and found several cases of wines and brandy, and a quantity of provisions of superior quality.The Harbor Master|Theodore Goodridge Roberts