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(French obɛrʒ)
an inn or tavern
[C17: from French, from Old Provençal alberga, of Germanic origin; compare Old Saxon heriberga army shelter]
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n., pl. au•berg•es (oʊˈbɛər ʒɪz)
an inn; hostel.
[1770–80; < French]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.auberge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelersauberge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
caravan inn, caravansary, caravanserai, khan - an inn in some eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans
hotel - a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
imaret - a hostel for pilgrims in Turkey
post house, posthouse - an inn for exchanging post horses and accommodating riders
roadhouse - an inn (usually outside city limits on a main road) providing meals and liquor and dancing and (sometimes) gambling
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References in classic literature ?
Some small houses on the side of the road leading to Corbeil, an inn, called the "Auberge du Donjon," which offered passing hospitality to waggoners; these were about all to represent civilisation in this out-of-the-way part of the country, but a few leagues from the capital.
They needed breakfast, and alighted at the door of an AUBERGE, recommended by a sign representing St.
They arrived at Amiens at midnight, and alighted at the AUBERGE of the Golden Lily.
Madame Reuter looked more like a joyous, free-living old Flemish fermiere, or even a maitresse d'auberge, than a staid, grave, rigid directrice de pensionnat.
He found Aramis seated between the superior of the Dominicans and the principal of the college of the Jesuits, exactly in the same situation as he had found him formerly in the auberge at Crevecoeur.
I have heard that from that time English archers have been better treated in the auberge of Cardillac.
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After serving his time in a federal pen for cooking the discotheque's books, Schrager bought Manhattan's crumbling Paramount hotel in 1986 and transformed it into an elegant auberge whose lobby of Venetian stucco, velvet sofas and fulsome flower arrangements set the stage for a hipster scene that helped to rescue Times Square.
Located in the heart of one of the UK's favourite cities for shopping, culture and lively social scene, the luxurious AA 4-Star Holiday Inn Theatreland Glasgow is offering one lucky reader the chance to indulge in a two-night stay in a sumptuous penthouse suite with a bottle of champagne on arrival, two-course a la carte meal each evening in the multi-award-winning La Bonne Auberge brasserie and full Scottish breakfast each morning.
One great thing about walking in France's central Auvergne region -- apart from the beauty of its lush, volcanic landscapes -- is that it helps you work up an appetite for the fabulous five-course feasts served by Peter Taylor and his team, at the relaxed Auberge de Chassignolles (