Origin of caravansary
OTHER WORDS FROM caravansarycar·a·van·se·ri·al [kar-uh-van-seer-ee-uhl], /ˌkær ə vænˈsɪər i əl/, adjective
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How to use caravansary in a sentence
From which facts it can be inferred that Harleston was something of a personage at the big caravansary.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott
The master of the caravansary then appeared, bearing, in token of welcome, a basket of fruits arranged with great taste.An Egyptian Princess, Complete|Georg Ebers
The night before its occurrence, the conversation at the Caravansary turned to the candidates for the honors.
Sundays, as a matter of habit, and occasionally on other days, he was his aunt's guest at the Caravansary.
Kate wrapped her old coat about her and made her solitary way to Mrs. Dennison's depressed Caravansary.