incurables

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"Dill would call it an hospital of incurables," said Barrington.

To Quin it seemed that everybody but himself was going home—that is, everybody but the incurables.

Dolly, where's that collecting-box they sent us from the Hospital for Incurables?

Exercise was ever his temporary specific for these incurables.

Months fly by, and the victim subsides into the class of incurables.

“Nay, sir, we are not the Board at an hospital for incurables,” said Mrs. Crewe.

These are the incurables—the "chronic" cases that one cannot expect to do much with or for.

The infirm in Class are able to do light work, while the incurables do none.

As for Lucilla, she made no effort to recall the truant from the ranks of the Incurables.

I hope to clear a large sum for the Home for Incurables at Watleigh.