Definition of Natatoriums

1. Noun. (plural of natatorium) ¹



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Definition of Natatoriums

1. natatorium [n] - See also: natatorium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Natatoriums

nataloins
natals
natalyite
natamycin
natanite
natant
natantly
natation
natations
natator
natatores
natatoria
natatorial
natatorious
natatorium
natatoriums (current term)
natators
natatory
natch
natches
natchez
natchnee
nateglinide
nates
nath
natheless
nathemo
nather
nathless
nathr saum

Literary usage of Natatoriums

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1. The Making of a Flower Garden by Ida Dandridge Bennett (1919)
"CHAPTER XXII BIRD HOUSES, natatoriums AND FEEDING STATIONS FEW things add so charmingly to the interest of the home grounds as the presence of birds, ..."

2. American Municipal Progress: Chapters in Municipal Sociology by Charles Zueblin (1902)
"The swimming provisions at Brookline are exceptionally good, taking rank with the best private natatoriums of the country. ..."

3. Supplement to Encyclopædia Britannica (ninth Edition): A Dictionary of Arts (1891)
"natatoriums are now common in all the larger ... The natatoriums now float instead of being built from the bottom of the stream. An approved form consists ..."

4. Preferred List of Books for Township and High School Libraries in the State by Michigan State Library, Michigan Dept. of Public Instruction (1915)
"ALA water sports, natatoriums. Ass'n press . SO Curtis HS Play and recreation for the open country. Ginn 1.00 Contents: Play in the home and its ..."

5. Charter of the City of Saginaw, Michigan, with Amendments Thereto and the by Saginaw (Mich.) (1917)
"All property now owned or hereafter acquired for exempt'from Park: purposes, park entrances, park driveways and park boulevards, taxes. natatoriums, ..."

6. Annual Report by Chicago (Ill.). Board of Education (1901)
"We took the children on thirty-two excursions, including trips to parks, farms, natatoriums and lake ports. School sessions were from nine to twelve, ..."

7. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie, Marion A. Knight, H.W. Wilson Company, Estella E. Painter (1920)
"Nat Munie R 8:348-53 Jl '19 natatoriums. See Swimming pools Nathanson, Jonas Bernard Reflecting power of the alkali ..."

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