sick bay

sick bay

sick bay ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a hospital or dispensary, especially aboard ship.

Origin of sick bay First recorded in 1805–15 Related Words for sick-bay hospital, dispensary, sickroom Examples from the Web for sick-bay Historical Examples of sick-bay

  • The doctor ordered him to be put into a hammock in the sick-bay.

    True Blue

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • I went accordingly to his cot in the sick-bay, and told him who I was.

    My First Voyage to Southern Seas

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • The boy—for he was but little more—lay in a cot in the sick-bay.

    As We Sweep Through The Deep

    Gordon Stables

  • An hour later Hyrst lay on the padded table in the middle of the sick-bay.

    The Legion of Lazarus

    Edmond Hamilton

  • Until the time when he walked from the sick-bay, unsteadily, but on the mend.

    Big Pill

    Raymond Zinke Gallun

  • Word Origin and History for sick-bay n.

    “forepart of a ship’s main deck used as a hospital,” 1580s, from sick (adj.) + bay (n.2), from the notion of a recessed space.

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