quarantine[ kwawr-uh n-teen, kwor-, kwawr-uh n-teen, kwor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF quarantine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUARANTINE
The ship only got to the quarantine ground that day, but in the morning we went to sea.
I left the Plato at the quarantine ground, going to the Sailor's Retreat.
Could you persuade them to let us remain in 'Quarantine,' then, for a few days?
But that is impossible, unless you have broken through the quarantine.
For me, I'm sick of havin' folks act like we was a quarantine station.
The first quarantine station of which we hear was established in Venice in 1403.
We parted from the quarantine soldiers, and took a guide for Hebron.
Quarantine was then in force, and, with my fellow-passengers, I was forbidden to land.
A telegram to Quarantine would get him, up to an hour or so after we cast off.
Why should patients with the "diseases of childhood" be placed in quarantine.