hospitalization

[ hos-pi-tl-uh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF hospitalization

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"I intend paying for my nephew's hospitalization, and for his wife's funeral," he said.

Dr. William Baker was quite sure he had no need of hospitalization, but he let them settle him in a hospital bed anyway.

United Miners has repudiated your actions even to the point of refusing the cost of your hospitalization.

Finally, we must aid in cushioning the heavy and rising costs of illness and hospitalization to individuals and families.

He had a hospitalization card made out to a group policy of this newspaper in Oklahoma City.

Often, however, Buddhist priests took charge of medical care, burial costs and hospitalization.

Otherwise, Malone didn't have a thing to worry about except a few months of hospitalization.

Well, just the same problem—the hospitalization and the doctors.

WORD ORIGIN

1873, noun of action from hospitalize.

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