noun, plural au·berges [oh-bair-zhiz; French oh-berzh] /oʊˈbɛər ʒɪz; French oʊˈbɛrʒ/.
Origin of auberge
Examples from the Web for auberge
The Count was lying in a dangerous condition at the Auberge Royale, and might not be moved.Bardelys the Magnificent|Rafael Sabatini
Pierre pushed open the outer door of the auberge des Trois Vertus and stepped out under the porch.Lord Tony's Wife|Baroness Emmuska Orczy
The Stage represents the courtyard of the Auberge des Adrets.The Plays of W. E. Henley and R. L. Stevenson|Robert Louis Stevenson
There is an auberge a little distance ahead, where he and madame can pass the night.The Road to Paris|Robert Neilson Stephens
He married Jacintha, and Josephine set them up in Bigot's, (deceased) auberge.White Lies|Charles Reade