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
From the Vault: The Perfect Game A Florida CBS affiliate reported Tuesday that Massimino had entered hospice care.
Rene and Alex's hospice nurse remained on campus while Alex attended school in case any medical event occurred.
Colby has visited veterans at their homes and in senior living communities across the county and has spearheaded efforts to recruit fellow Marines as volunteers at the nonprofit hospices.
A lot of people do have difficulty dealing with death so closely as well as a dislike for visiting nursing homes or hospices.
Through the First Light women's shelter, the Elizabeth Perry Rushton Child Development Center and hospice care for the elderly, First Presbyterian reached out to young and old, poor and needy.
Mr. Campbell suggested that Mr. Paley Ellison bring Mimi to Beth Israel’s hospice.
Medicaid paid for hospice nurses to visit the house three times each week, and the rest was left to Ebony.
The association excluded claims from members with cancer and those enrolled in hospice or palliative care.
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Synonymsauberge, caravansary (or caravanserai), hotel, hostel, hostelry, inn, lodge, public house, tavern
Related WordsB and B, bed-and-breakfast, guesthouse; apartment hotel; accommodations, lodgings, rest; court, motel, motor court, motor inn, motor lodge, resort, spa, tourist court, youth hostel; camp, campground; bunkhouse, dorm, dormitory; boardinghouse, lodging house, rooming house; doss-house [chiefly British], fleabag, flophouse
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
medical Definition of hospice
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