hostler

[ hos-ler, os-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF hostler

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The hostler took the reins and Robert stepped from the wagon.

He waved his hand to me, and surrendering his horse to a hostler, entered the house.

Pauer came back, accompanied by a man who looked like a hostler.

But you know the fable, or story rather, of the Priest and the Hostler.

Mrs. Fairbank remains with the hostler, and favors me with a look at parting.

He was just about to step in, when the hostler came out, so they met at the door.

He seemed in a very bad temper, and abused the hostler, though I could not tell what for.

Goatry, who had handed the horse over to the hostler, watched them coming.

"He seems like he were a part of the horse," declared the hostler, admiringly.

He had heard the hostler whisper, and he caught Frank's question.

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groom

nounstable attendant; servant
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