[ UK /hˈɒstə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈhɑstəɫ/ ]
  1. a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
  2. inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
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How To Use hostel In A Sentence

  • Close beside me stood my excellent friend Griffiths, the jolly hosteler, of whom I take the present opportunity of saying a few words, though I dare say he has been frequently described before, and by far better pens. The Bible in Spain
  • We ended up walking the streets with our suitcases and had to spend the night in a flea-bitten youth hostel, with lots of old men and young lads.
  • We have increased housing support grant so that all local authorities that incur a deficit in running a hostel will qualify for grant.
  • As a great concession, the bursar offered us a room in a hostel for graduate students.
  • Back in her room at the Station Hostel, she spread the contents across her bed. CHAMELEON
  • There was no time now to call at the hostel so we drove through the sprawling, congested town and out again into the country on dirt tracks. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent
  • He'd been working at the local hostel for the handicapped on a voluntary basis.
  • The hostels for Gujjar students established during the tenure of Sheikh Abdullah in the late 1970s are far from adequate to meet the rising demand.
  • Some hostellers and I are sitting on the grass under the Eiffel Tower sharing stories about the Parisians we've come across.
  • For years I had lived next door to a hostel for homeless people in London. The Sun
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