hostelry[ hos-tl-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF hostelry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOSTELRY
A "suite" at the Central House, Bayport's one hostelry, tickled him.
Nevertheless, I rode back to my hostelry in no pleasant frame of mind.
The fellow pointed with his thumb in the direction of the hostelry.
But the jolting of the coach had so hardly used Crispin that he had to be carried into the hostelry.
He returned to the cosy room of the hostelry to receive the bet he had won.
Could you direct me, sir, to a hostelry they call the 'Pig and Turnip'?
To be sure I helped on the farm: they kept a hostelry as well.
Let any travell, it is without charge and at every house is entertainment as in a hostelry.
It was before the Strand wing of the hostelry had been built.
There is my hostelry, and the spectral form of Danvers, utterly depaysee.