Will had mistakenly connected the pathway of infection in a hospital room with someone coughing or sneezing circulating in public.
In the hospital the state of his handwriting was terrible, he says, but he “scribbled” much of Inside a Pearl while in hospital.
By 14, a surprise pregnancy ended in an unsafe abortion, landing her in the hospital.
The American remains in hospital for observation, but both plan to reunite soon with their families.
The rumors that his November 29 hospital admission, right after he stepped off a plane, was drug-related?
The hospital had been a place of refuge, she hated to leave it.
They looked from the windows of the hospital, and from the roofs of houses.
His father had given it to him in the hospital where Dickie was taken to say good-bye to him.
She could not bring herself at first to tell him about the hospital.
I go to the dissection hall at daybreak and then to the hospital.
mid-13c., "shelter for the needy," from Old French hospital, ospital "hostel" (Modern French hôpital), from Late Latin hospitale "guest-house, inn," neuter of Latin adjective hospitalis "of a guest or host," from hospes (genitive hospitis); see host (n.1). Later "charitable institution to house and maintain the needy" (early 15c.); sense of "institution for sick people" is first recorded 1540s.
hospital hos·pi·tal (hŏs'pĭ-tl, -pĭt'l)
An institution that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured.