Origin of hospitable
OTHER WORDS FROM hospitablehos·pi·ta·ble·ness, nounhos·pi·ta·bly, adverb
How to use hospitable in a sentence
She fusses around hospitably, offering radishes, cucumbers, spring onions—and some delicious cheesecakes.
When they reached the place, Membertou (who was encamped there), received them hospitably, regaling them with meat and fish.
Rode out in the coach with Malgares; was hospitably entertained at the house of one of the Vallois, where we drank London porter.
From Quebec the delegates proceeded to Montreal, where they were hospitably entertained.History of Prince Edward Island|Duncan Campbell