noun, plural laz·a·ret·tos.
Origin of lazaretto
Examples from the Web for lazaretto
Earlier this week I got an advance copy of his new LP, Lazaretto; it hasn't left my earbuds since.
The islands on which the pest-houses were erected, were called il Lazaretto vecchio and il Lazaretto nuovo.
The officer of the Lazaretto came, and advised us to remain on board that day and the next.
The health-magistrate arrived at an early hour, on the morning of our departure from the lazaretto of Villa Franca.Pencillings by the Way|N. Parker Willis
My father died in the Lazaretto, more through grief than disease.Ormond, Volume III (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
We walked to the town, which was built round the bay, nearly opposite the Lazaretto.