And my imitations are all in primary colours, staring colours, hot as the colours of a hostelry's sign-board!
It was before the Strand wing of the hostelry had been built.
This mischance necessitated our staying overnight at the only hostelry in the place.
Could you direct me, sir, to a hostelry they call the 'Pig and Turnip'?
Without further ceremony, he was again confined, in a small cupboard-like cavity, close to the hostelry of the Gull's Nest.
Let any travell, it is without charge and at every house is entertainment as in a hostelry.
In a short time they were back in the hostelry and proceeded to go to their rooms.
Dickens describes the hostelry in these words: A Famous Inn!
Old Saunders--I remember him like yesterday--was not a mere drunken sot or a Boniface of the hostelry.
I entered a hostelry to beg an alms, and these bargemasters were talking about it.
late 14c. (as a surname from early 14c.), from Old French hostelerie "house, guest-house; kitchen; hospice, almshouse" (12c., Modern French hôtellerie), from hostel (see host). Lost, then revived 19c.