Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They also took counsel in what manner they should proceed on their hosting.

With wonder, with delight, the daughter of Murrachu watched the hosting of the Shee.

The king and his hosting went to the aid of Leinster in the latter's necessity.

For the warriors had said that unless Donn-bo would go with them on that hosting, not one of them would go.

There then stood the Banner of the House of the Wolfings awaiting the departure of the warriors to the hosting.

The armour for jousts and tourneys was much heavier than the Hosting or War harness.

Before Bellingham came to Ireland a hosting into Leix had been proclaimed, and he carried it out promptly.

A hosting was accordingly proclaimed for thirty-one days, and the army mustered at Carrickfergus.

They were birds of love that flew, for this was a hosting of happiness, and, therefore the Shee would not bring weapons with them.

Wherefore, to my mind, we were best to make no tarrying, but send out the messengers for the hosting straightway.