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infirmary
used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

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Definition
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
  • He and Phil were in an infirmary, lying on beds.
    p. 133.4
  • In the infirmary, Pillsbury lay in startled confusion.
    p. 88.2
  • Someone running by the infirmary saw Pillsbury, raced in, and carried him into a tiny cement building where the other wounded had been taken.
    p. 88.8
  • Louie went to the infirmary.
    p. 91.1
  • Louie and Phil stayed in the infirmary for two days, attended by kind Japanese.
    p. 134.1

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