Definition of Sanatory

1. a. Conducive to health; tending to cure; healing; curative; sanative.



Definition of Sanatory

1. Adjective. producing health; healing or curative ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sanatory

1. of healing [adj]

Medical Definition of Sanatory

1. Health-giving; conducive to health. Origin: Mod. L. Sanatorius (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanatory

samurai
samurais
samvydav
san
sanability
sanable
sanableness
sanatarium
sanation
sanations
sanative
sanativeness
sanatoria
sanatorium
sanatoriums
sanatory (current term)
sanbenito
sanbenitos
sanbornite
sancai
sancais
sance bell
sancho
sanchos
sancoche
sancocho
sancta
sanctifiable
sanctification
sanctifications

Literary usage of Sanatory

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1845)
"On the sanatory Condition of the City of York. By T. LAYCOCK, MD, Physician to the York Dispensary. [Read before the Statistical Section of the British ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"Report on the sanatory Condition of the Labouring Poor. 2. ... The sanatory condition of the poor, we stop not to inquire from what motive chiefly, ..."

3. Selections from Essays on Health-culture and the Sanitary Woolen System by Gustav Jäger (1886)
"support, They do not, therefore, lace too tightly, and in the sanatory ... The difference between the sanatory Woolen and the ordinary leather boot is equal ..."

4. A Plea for the Queen's English: Stray Notes on Speaking and Spelling by Henry Alford (1881)
"Sanitary and sanatory are but iust" " and beginning to be rightly understood. ... "The town is in such a bad sanitary condition, that some sanatory mea- ..."

5. Three Years Among the Working-classes in the United States During the War by James Dawson Burn (1865)
"sanatory PAIRS AND CHARITIES. Impulsiveness of Public Feeling in America—Institutions called into Existence by the late War—The United States Christian ..."

6. Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical Science (1852)
"Observations on the sanatory Institutions of the Hebrews as bearing upon Modern sanatory Regulations. By the Rev. ABRAHAM DB SOLA, Lecturer on Hebrew ..."

7. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1845)
"On the sanatory Condition of the City of York. By T. LAYCOCK, MD, Physician to the York Dispensary. [Read before the Statistical Section of the British ..."

8. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"Report on the sanatory Condition of the Labouring Poor. 2. ... The sanatory condition of the poor, we stop not to inquire from what motive chiefly, ..."

9. Selections from Essays on Health-culture and the Sanitary Woolen System by Gustav Jäger (1886)
"support, They do not, therefore, lace too tightly, and in the sanatory ... The difference between the sanatory Woolen and the ordinary leather boot is equal ..."

10. A Plea for the Queen's English: Stray Notes on Speaking and Spelling by Henry Alford (1881)
"Sanitary and sanatory are but iust" " and beginning to be rightly understood. ... "The town is in such a bad sanitary condition, that some sanatory mea- ..."

11. Three Years Among the Working-classes in the United States During the War by James Dawson Burn (1865)
"sanatory PAIRS AND CHARITIES. Impulsiveness of Public Feeling in America—Institutions called into Existence by the late War—The United States Christian ..."

12. Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical Science (1852)
"Observations on the sanatory Institutions of the Hebrews as bearing upon Modern sanatory Regulations. By the Rev. ABRAHAM DB SOLA, Lecturer on Hebrew ..."

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