Examples of hospice in a Sentence
She chose to go to a hospice instead of a hospital.
the monks run a hospice for travelers in their mountain retreat
Recent Examples of hospice from the Web
According to Gardey, Morgan traveled first-class, spent tens of thousands of dollars and helped funnel $325,000 to a fake hospice, the paper reported.
The dogs serve as therapy animals, visiting nursing homes, schools, libraries and hospice patients.
Molly Ryder, 77, a member of the family that founded the Army Times Publishing Co. and who served on its board of trustees, died April 21 at a hospice facility in the District.
There’s a number of reasons why a hospice patient should have a health care advocate.
The couple contributed about $53,000 to a variety of environmental, education, arts and children's charities, including the Girl Scouts, homeless shelters, the Montauk Public Library and a hospice.
These were two kids at a Washington-area hospice for children with AIDS.
Ayres died April 7 of complications from dementia at a hospice facility in Watertown, New York, his spouse, Guy Ayres, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Linda Daniels, who is in hospice care, was in her Newark home on Thursday for hours after her oxygen tank and air-conditioning were shut off around 10 a.m., NJ.com reported.
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HOSPICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hospice for English Language Learners
: a place that provides care for people who are dying
: a place where travelers can stay; especially : an inn kept by people in a religious organization
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