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Definition of the noun alehouse

What does alehouse mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: alehouses

  1. a tavern where ale is sold

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Google previewAnalytical Digest of Cases Published in the Law Journal Reports (1860)

by Henry D. Barton

licensed alehouse is a place of public resort for the sale of refreshments, within the Town Police /let, 10 ¢§~ 11 ...

Google previewThe Law Journal Reports (1860)

A licensed alehouse is a place of public resort for the sale of refreshments, within the Town Police Act, 10 & 11 Vict. c. 89. s. 35, and the keeper of it is liable to penalties under that section for allowing prostitutes to assemble therein; although ...

Google previewNot For Tourists Guide to Seattle (2013)

by Not for Tourists, Inc

But if you live there and feel 'hoodbound,thereare some options: board games and wood decor at The Pub at ThirdPlacewillmake you feel snowed in at a ski lodge, Ravenna Alehouse is an inoffensive neighborhood puband Knarr is a ...

Google previewBeer Lover's New England (2012)

by Norman Miller

If you are a fan of the English Premier League, the English Cellar Alehouse is the place to go to ...

Google previewReport[s] of the Royal Commission on Liquor Licensing Laws ... (1897)

by Great Britain. Royal Commission on the Liquor Licensing Laws, Arthur Wellesley Peel Peel (1st Viscount)

An alehouse is a fully-licensed house P-— Yes. -3466. And the alehouses are indicated by the red dots P —Yes. They are fully-licensed houses. The becrhouses, which you may take to have been most of them granted before 1869, are the ...

Google previewThe Judicial Dictionary: Judicial dictionary (1903)

by Frederick Stroud, Elsie May Wheeler, John McDonald Burke

An “ Alehouse ” is a place (licensed under the Alehouse Act, 1828, and the Acts amending the same) where excisable liquors are sold, by retail, to be consumed on the premises. The word is, probably, synonymous with “Public-house” and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Beer (2014)

The Beer Lover's Bible - A Complete Reference To Beer Styles, Brewing Methods, Ingredients, Festivals, Traditions, And More) by Christine P. Rhodes

As thesocial center ofany settlement or village, the alehouse played an importantrole in the social development of human society. Young and old, rich and poor shared news and gossip while they drank. It is difficult today, in times when many ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the arts, sciences, literature, etc. : intended to supersede the use of other books of reference (1816)

ALEHOUSE, n. s. [from ale and house. \ A house where ale is publickly sold ; a tipling>-hcuse. It is diliinguillicd from a tavern, wheie they fell wine. Thou most beauteous inn, [thee, Why should hard-favour" d pries be lodg'din When triumph is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Of Freemasonry (Extended Annotated Edition) (2013)

by Albert G. Mackey

1717, The Assembly and Feast of the Free and Accepted Masons was held at the for said Goose and Gridiron Alehouse. The Four Old Lodges is also the title of a ...

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Every rustic who delivers in the village alehouse his slow, infrequent sentences, may help to kill or keep alive the fatal superstitions which clog his race. (William Kingdon Clifford)
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Scrabble value of A1L1E1H4O1U1S1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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