Alehouse (noun)

A pub or tavern that serves ale and other alcoholic beverages.

Origin:

The word "alehouse" comes from the combination of the word "ale" which is a type of beer, and "house" which refers to a building.

Examples:

  1. Alehouses were a common place for people to gather and socialize in medieval times.
  2. He was a regular at the alehouse and would spend most of his evenings there.
  3. Many alehouses also served food and some even had rooms for travelers to stay overnight.
  4. During the 18th century, alehouses were often associated with rowdiness and disorder.
  5. The alehouse was the only place in town that served his favorite brew.
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