And my imitations are all in primary colours, staring colours, hot as the colours of a hostelry's sign-board!
Could you direct me, sir, to a hostelry they call the 'Pig and Turnip'?
This mischance necessitated our staying overnight at the only hostelry in the place.
Let any travell, it is without charge and at every house is entertainment as in a hostelry.
Without further ceremony, he was again confined, in a small cupboard-like cavity, close to the hostelry of the Gull's Nest.
It was before the Strand wing of the hostelry had been built.
In a short time they were back in the hostelry and proceeded to go to their rooms.
Dickens describes the hostelry in these words: A Famous Inn!
Old Saunders--I remember him like yesterday--was not a mere drunken sot or a Boniface of the hostelry.
I entered a hostelry to beg an alms, and these bargemasters were talking about it.
late 14c. (as a surname from early 14c.), from Old French hostelerie "house, guest-house; kitchen; hospice, almshouse" (12c., Modern French hôtellerie), from hostel (see host). Lost, then revived 19c.