Earlier this week I got an advance copy of his new LP, lazaretto; it hasn't left my earbuds since.
I pulled up the harbor, and landed the other side of the lazaretto.
I'm a poor Englishman who has made his escape from the lazaretto.
The regulations to be observed in the lazaretto are given on the following page.
No convalescent inmate had yet appeared upon the terrace of the lazaretto.
Some days after the visit of Renzo to the lazaretto, Lucy left it with the good widow.
In 1878 there were 16 patients in the lazaretto—6 men and 10 women.
My father died in the lazaretto, more through grief than disease.
The lazaretto is the most perfect of any arrangement of the kind in Europe.
For the moment, the visit announced by Genevive exclusively occupied the keeper of the lazaretto.
"house for reception of lepers and diseased poor persons," 1540s, from Italian lazareto "place set aside for performance of quarantine" (especially that of Venice, which received many ships from plague-infested districts in the East), from the Biblical proper name Lazarus. Meaning "building set apart for quarantine" is c.1600 in English. The word in Italian was perhaps influenced by the name of another hospital in Venice, that associated with the church of Santa Maria di Nazaret.