auberge

[ oh-bairzh; French oh-berzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF auberge
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He is lodged at the Auberge Royale, where probably you will find him at present.

He married Jacintha, and Josephine set them up in Bigot's, (deceased) auberge.

Having made these arrangements with Reuben, he returned to the auberge.

On returning to the auberge, Gervaise had a long chat with Ralph.

It is more compact than Vildrac's "Auberge," and has not Vildrac's tendency to sentiment.

She returned to her watching place to find the auberge again in darkness.

Leaving Sancho in care of an attendant, I followed him into the Auberge.

It may be noted that Meilhan lived on in the auberge after her death.

B––– and the trooper had just finished breakfast in the auberge, and departed.

Then Dick hastened to the auberge where his horses and postilion had passed the night.

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