verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of guest
Related formsguest·less, adjective
Can be confusedguessed guest
Examples from the Web for guested
He guested as a lay preacher on the Hour of Power and dabbled in talk radio as a fill-in for Boortz.
Iron-face smiled, and answered not; and so came they to the house wherein they were guested.The Roots of the Mountains|William Morris
So they rode on, and nought more befel that day, and they guested in a fair thorp in good enough welcome.The Sundering Flood|William Morris
Then he went from the south, and guested under Raun on the south side of Hitriver.
Then Grettir heard that Kormak and his fellows were come from the south, and had guested at Tongue through the night.
British Dictionary definitions for guested
- a person who receives hospitality at the home of anothera weekend guest
- (as modifier)the guest room
- a person who receives the hospitality of a government, establishment, or organization
- (as modifier)a guest speaker
- an actor, contestant, entertainer, etc, taking part as a visitor in a programme in which there are also regular participants
- (as modifier)a guest appearance
Word Origin for guest
Idioms and Phrases with guested
see be my guest.