verb (used with object), hos·pi·tal·ized, hos·pi·tal·iz·ing.
Related formsre·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
Examples from the Web for hospitalised
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.