a glass-enclosed room, porch, or the like, exposed to the sun's rays, as at a seaside hotel or for convalescents in a hospital.
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How to use solarium in a sentence
She boasts 125 rooms, a heated indoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and solarium, as well as a lounge and piano bar.
We do not see any reason for separating this genus from solarium, except the last mentioned character.
The few fossil species which this genus contains (solarium disjunctum, Bifrons, &c.) are found principally in the Paris basin.
A minute fossil, described as "orbicular, with flat quadrate whorls and aperture square," in other respects resembling solarium.
Night was moving above her through the dome of the solarium.Captives of the Flame | Samuel R. Delany
It was evening in the solarium on top of the General Medical building.Captives of the Flame | Samuel R. Delany
British Dictionary definitions for solarium
a room built largely of glass to afford exposure to the sun
a bed equipped with ultraviolet lights used for acquiring an artificial suntan
an establishment offering such facilities
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