bone factory

bone factory

1. n. a hospital. After about two months in the bone factory, I was back on the job.
2. n. a cemetery. I know I’ll end up in the bone factory just like everyone else.
See also: bone, factory
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After eating that lot I had to ride back to the shop along the road past Schellenberg's bone factory, and the smell, who could ever forget that?
And the devoted mum, who in the early days cleaned floors and worked long hours in a bone factory to support her family always found ways to entertain her children.
What I discovered was a very sexy-looking motor that had me salivating like a dog in a bone factory.
It was found next to a riverbank on the site of what could have been a bone factory making fertiliser in Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, and was brought to the museum as part of its ethnography collections.
The smell, at the junction with Warwick Road at the traffic lights by the Memorial Park gate, is similar to what one gets at a bone factory.