Serai, se-r′i, n. a khan, a caravansary: a seraglio for women.
Then he sat in some caravansary, and guarded the candle flame.
You must return to the caravansary that guards these treasures.
At the caravansary they had scented tragedy, and Kate faced them with the paragraph.
The caravansary into which Haschim and his following now turned off stood on a plot of rising ground surrounded by palm-trees.
They replied with a volley of musketry into the caravansary, and another into the pagoda.
It was dusk when we arrived, and everybody hurried to get a dry place in the caravansary, myself amongst the pushing crowd.
At the caravansary his squire came running out to hold his stirrup.
At the caravansary there had been sharp disapproval of the whole thing.
I put up at a caravansary, where the first object that met my eyes was one of my associates.