noun, plural laz·a·ret·tos.
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Earlier this week I got an advance copy of his new LP, Lazaretto; it hasn't left my earbuds since.
You can hear it all over Lazaretto, but especially in the one-two punch of "Temporary Ground" and "Would You Fight for My Love?"
The lazaretto is a wretched building, with a flagstaff and two houses projecting on the two sides.The Caravan Route between Egypt and Syria|Ludwig Salvator
The passengers had the choice of performing it on board or in the Lazaretto, which we were told was not yet furnished.The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete|Jean Jacques Rousseau
The child, whom I have frequently seen in the lazaretto, is extremely interesting, and about eight years of age.
The body was accompanied by the whole of his lordships attendants, who conveyed it to the lazaretto on the following morning.
Previous to November, Paris may be compared to a vast lazaretto, where the valetudinarians of every country take refuge.