eventide home

eventide home

n
(Sociology) euphemistic a retirement home
Translations

eventide home

[ˈiːvəntaɪdˌhəʊm] Nhogar m de ancianos

eventide home

nAltenheim nt
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During her retirement years Ellen served as President of the Montreal West Women's Club, President of the Eventide Home Auxiliary of the Salvation Army, and Secretary of Heritage Branch, UELAC.
The site for an Eventide Home for Women (known as The Grove/ The Mary Fowler) on Yewtree Road was purchased by the SA in 1928 with money bequeathed by Mary Fowler (she died in 1928 prior to its opening).
Jack's problem is that if all his initiatives succeed, no one will see the benefits until he's playing carpet bowls down at the Holyrood Eventide Home.
On a recent holiday, when visiting two retired ministers in an Eventide home, I picked up a brochure only to find that unknown to members of that particular denomination a so-called equal opportunities policy including the words "sexual orientation" has been adopted.
Eventide Lutheran Home also manages Eventide Home Care Services and Eventide Adult day Care.
Family flowers only, donations to The Northern Counties Eventide Home, Southport.
She left pounds 400,000 to be shared between Thurso West Church,where she worshipped, and the Church of Scotland's Achvarasdal eventide home at Reay, near Dounreay.
It's terrible that my lovely wife is in an eventide home at her age.
No flowers please, but donations to Southport Eventide Home c/o Cravens Funeral Service, 48-50 Lark Lane.
In Coventry Salvationists run a hostel for 100 homeless men as well as an eventide home.
The crumb of comfort is that England strikers are yet to show any sign of an eye for goal and the defence has more lapses of concentration than the guest list at an Eventide Home.
Slow and headed for the veteran defenders' eventide home before Boyle let it be known he could leave Fir Park immediately on a free transfer for his cheek in questioning the club's integrity.