Definition of Hospitalities

1. Noun. (plural of hospitality) ¹



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Definition of Hospitalities

1. hospitality [n] - See also: hospitality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hospitalities

hospital train
hospital units
hospital volunteers
hospital ward
hospitaler
hospitalisable
hospitalisation
hospitalisations
hospitalise
hospitalised
hospitalises
hospitalising
hospitalism
hospitalist
hospitalists
hospitalities (current term)
hospitality
hospitalizable
hospitalization
hospitalization insurance
hospitalizations
hospitalize
hospitalized
hospitalizes
hospitalizing
hospitaller
hospitallers
hospitals
hospitate
hospitation

Literary usage of Hospitalities

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1. Our New West: Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the by Samuel Bowles (1869)
"hospitalities to Mr. Colfax—What was Left Unseen—The Sandwich Islands—Their Past, Present and Future—Their Sugar, Scenery, Volcanoes and Climate—Alaska and ..."

2. Civilized America by Thomas Colley Grattan (1859)
"hospitalities of the Place—General aspect of Society—Senate and House of Representatives—Parliamentary Peculiarities and Manners—The President. ..."

3. A Manual of Public International Law by Thomas Alfred Walker (1895)
"... grant of mere port hospitalities by a neutral to tion of belligerent vessels can constitute no fair cause of complaint combatant or *ne hos*^6 Power, ..."

4. Samuel F.B. Morse: His Letters and Journals by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Edward Lind Morse (1914)
"hospitalities. — His son-in-law's plantation. — Death of Alfred Vail. -— Smithsonian exonerates Henry. — European honors to Morse. — First line of telegraph ..."

5. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1899)
"CHAPTER IX hospitalities HIS EXCELLENCY the Commander-in-Chief set forth to pay his visit to Madam Esmond in such a state and splendour as became the first ..."

6. William H. Seward: An Autobiography from 1801 to 1834. With a Memoir of His by William Henry Seward, Frederick William Seward (1891)
"hospitalities in New York. At Home Again. The Lessons of Travel. A CALM sea and days of sunshine made the run to Havana pious. ant enough. ..."

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