Examples of hostel in a Sentence
in the old days, a traveler could spend the night at one of the hostels placed along the coach route
Recent Examples of hostel from the Web
The hostel's current elder statesman isn't in tonight.
But the Streamline fell into disrepair and disrepute, becoming the ministry headquarters of crooked evangelist LeRoy Jenkins, then a hostel and finally a seedy hook-up joint before being abandoned.
The hotel’s owners added a hostel, refurbished the tent camping and added car camping.
Web history from the Internet Archive shows that the hostel has been located on the Embassy's grounds since at least 2008.
Over at the Coopers's, Chic is in a rage because the owner of the hostel threw out all his stuff, so Betty digs up an old Riverdale Register computer and camera for her bro.
Prices range from $1,500 to $1,650, including accommodations in hostels, some meals, and ground transportation (but not airfare).
Iris’ housing is in a hostel used by international students and professionals.
Meanwhile the number of hostel beds available to the homeless has dropped since 2010, from 43,655 to 35,727.
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HOSTEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hostel for English Language Learners
: an inexpensive place for usually young travelers to stay overnight
: a shelter for homeless people
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