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infirmary
used in The 100

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a small facility where patients receive treatment — such as a room or two at a school as contrasted to a busy hospital or medical clinic
  • Clarke slipped through the flap of the designated infirmary tent and stepped into the clearing.
    p. 95.1
  • Clarke stiffened and, without a word, headed back toward the infirmary.
    p. 102.8
  • Clarke sat in the dark infirmary tent, watching nervously as Thalia tossed and turned in her sleep, restless from the fever that set in as the infection grew worse.
    p. 129.1
  • Just then, Clarke emerged from the infirmary tent and walked toward the campfire, her eyes skimming the circle as she searched for a spot.
    p. 137.3
  • Wells sighed as he turned to look around the clearing, the flames flickering on the dark forms of the three tents they'd finally built—the infirmary, a structure to hold supplies, and Wells's personal favorite, a ditch for collecting water, in case it ever rained.
    p. 137.6
  • The long lashes that made her look so innocent when she was sleeping in the infirmary tent now lent a feral gleam to her enormous blue eyes.
    p. 173.6
  • But as they approached the clearing, all thoughts of the kiss were pushed aside by the shadowy outline of the infirmary tent.
    p. 184.1
  • "I spend most of the day in the infirmary tent, anyway," she said curtly.
    p. 198.2
  • He wrapped his arm around his trembling sister and led her toward the infirmary tent, a grim determination overtaking him.
    p. 200.1
  • The tension in the infirmary tent was so thick, Clarke could practically feel it pressing against her chest when she breathed.
    p. 214.1
  • Without a word to the Arcadian boy standing guard outside, Clarke hurried out of the infirmary and began to walk toward the trees, not bothering to grab anything from the supply tent lest she attract any unwanted attention.
    p. 215.8
  • Bellamy had spent the night unable to sleep, watching the infirmary tent in order to make damn sure no one got anywhere near his sister.
    p. 225.6
  • The boy assigned to stand guard outside the infirmary tent had fallen asleep.
    p. 229.7
  • He could just make out the shape of the infirmary tent where Clarke would be giving Thalia the long-awaited medicine.
    p. 252.5
  • She was too weak to make it out of the infirmary tent on her own.
    p. 280.2
  • But Wells held her tight, forcing her to watch helplessly as fire engulfed the infirmary fewer than a hundred meters away.
    p. 280.5
  • The flames on the top of the infirmary tent rose higher, the sides collapsing toward each other, as if the fire were inhaling the tent and everything inside of it.
    p. 281.8
  • "Weren't you outside the infirmary last night?
    p. 304.1
  • The flames engulfing the sides of the infirmary tent ....
    p. 316.5

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