noun, plural su·da·to·ries.
- sudden adult death syndrome,
- sudden death
Origin of sudatory
Examples from the Web for sudatory
All shrivelled up as we were by the heat—for we were almost past the sudatory stage—we drank in some refreshment from the scenery.
A generally dark and heavy tone of colouring is very oppressive in a sudatory chamber.
There exist, at the present time, scores of baths where the odours of the sudatory chambers are nauseating.
Early on the day of his initiation the candidate returns to the sudatory to await the coming of his preceptor.The Mide'wiwin or "Grand Medicine Society" of the Ojibwa|Walter James Hoffman
A hut is built, to be used as a sudatory (as will be related below).