OTHER WORDS FROM hospitalizere·hos·pi·tal·ize, verb (used with object), re·hos·pi·tal·ized, re·hos·pi·tal·iz·ing.un·hos·pi·tal·ized, adjective
How to use hospitalize in a sentence
Older victims of norovirus infection—the Queen will turn 87 next month—are most often hospitalised to combat dehydration.
Older victims of norovirus infection – the Queen is 86 - are most often hospitalised to combat dehydration.
The news comes after the her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, was hospitalised twice with a bladder infection last year.