-A place of entertainment such as an inn, tavern or public house.

From Middle English herberwe, probably from Old English herebeorg, lodging.

Used in a sentence:
“I’m sorry, we’ll have to make plans for another evening, I’m meeting my chumrades for quafftide at our customary harbergery ‘round eight.”


-Pertaining to one who has a slender, thin, or frail body.

-Modest, bashful, shy.

-One who fears or has an aversion to large crowds.

-Spiced Ale.

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