Recent Examples of sanitarium from the Web
Washington state founded Fircrest School in 1959 with buildings that at various times housed a naval hospital and a tuberculosis sanitarium.
Most of these were written at the bottom of the Depression, when the author languished in various Smoky Mountains hotels near his wife Zelda’s sanitarium, where she was being treated (expensively) for schizophrenia.
Rather to risk embarrassment for the family, especially for her daughter Myrtle Mae, Veta decides to have Elwood committed to a sanitarium, creating more confusion.
Friends and associates placed her in a sanitarium in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Friends and associates placed her in a sanitarium in West Chester, Pa.
The Ulmans have tenants in both buildings and reside in the former sanitarium with their three children and Mr. Ulman’s father.
This fanatically detailed, intellectually furious drama, set in 1937, in a Romanian seaside sanitarium, catches a young Jewish writer in the jaws of disease and of Fascism.
Eventually, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, another health reformer who owned a rival sanitarium in Michigan, stole Dr. Jackson’s recipe.
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Origin and Etymology of sanitarium
New Latin, from Latin sanitat-, sanitas health
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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