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
Over Memorial Day weekend, though, doctors advised that the best course of action was hospice care, so his parents took him home to be with his family and dog.
He was put in hospice care at Riley Hospital for Children.
Edward Poe was known for wanting to help people, spending his final months helping his grandmother with hospice care, Poe’s stepmother Evelyn Poe said.
Just weeks after his 94th birthday, Dad passed away in hospice care at the local hospital.
Since hearing the good news, Friends of Emma Medical Rescue has shifted its efforts from hospice care to planning a long life for the pup.
Earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge opened up about her family life in a letter in support of children's hospice care.
After celebrations died down, flowers that decorated the outside of St. George’s Chapel were donated to St. Joseph’s hospice patients while the ones inside will remain for another wedding scheduled later this week.
Myrtle is said to symbolize love, making the bouquets an especially meaningful gift for the hospice patients.
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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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