serai, se-r′i, n. a khan, a caravansary: a seraglio for women.
The tribesmen poured into the bazaar and attacked the serai on all sides.
We halted at a village called serai, from there being the remains of one there.
"Be sure to come down to the serai to-morrow," were their parting words.
But before he reached the serai he had partially got the better of this feeling.
The scene in the serai proved that they were complete to the native mind.
The natives came to visit us in the serai during the evening.
In the middle of the village is a serai with a large store of salt in bags.
As he passed through the streets on the way back to his serai he felt that he was slinking along like a criminal.
We traced him to a native serai—Queen's serai; but he eluded us.