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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALEHOUSE

To fiddle to a few villagers, and dash colour on an alehouse shutter!

Nothing can be better imagined than the group in the alehouse.

We had left the alehouse, where we first met, and hired a room to hold our club in.

They had an alehouse boy always in attendance upon the workmen.

The alehouse forms no inconsiderable part of the labourer's life.

In the midst of these extravagant flights of fancy, he perceived an alehouse.

As soon as they arrived at the village, Spikeman went into the alehouse.

He was apt at these alehouse ditties—many of them his own invention.

He takes a glass at every alehouse; for thirst, when it is dry, and for warmth when it is wet.

I have been up this two hours, and have not visited one alehouse yet.

WORD ORIGIN

also ale-house, Old English eala-huse; see ale + house (n.). An alehouse "is distinguished from a tavern, where they sell wine" [Johnson].

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