Sentence example with the word 'caravanserai'


Definition n. an inn in some eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans

Last update: October 28, 2015


Then at the turning of the road we came to the caravanserai.   [Please select]


The owners, whoever they were, must be inside the caravanserai.   [Please select]


The first “inns”--no doubt a sort of caravanserai--are commonly said to have come into existence in Lydia in the third or fourth century B.   [Please select]


A spinster-looking lady in a cheap blouse and skirt, an inmate of the caravanserai, put her head through the door and, with a disapproving sniff at the occupants, retired.   [Please select]

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