caravansary

[ kar-uh-van-suh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF caravansary

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Then he sat in some caravansary, and guarded the candle flame.

You must return to the Caravansary that guards these treasures.

By this time, Mowbray and Sainton had entered the caravansary.

At the Caravansary there had been sharp disapproval of the whole thing.

At the Caravansary they had scented tragedy, and Kate faced them with the paragraph.

They replied with a volley of musketry into the caravansary, and another into the pagoda.

The firing round the pagoda and caravansary were continuous.

At the caravansary his squire came running out to hold his stirrup.

But at that moment the keeper of the caravansary appeared in the doorway and looked upon Gud questioningly.

Then suddenly changing the subject, he said: "How is that caravansary of yours in the Cuatro Caminos getting on?"

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