Word usage examples
Beatrix Woolpack, in whose car you and Ben took shelter on your wedding day.
DS Kevin Matthews stood behind the Woolpack Hotel reception desk, notebook in hand.
There were a couple of bars in Bellwether Street close to the narrow entry that led to the Woolpack Hotel.
Half an hour and another four locations later, he was outside the Woolpack Hotel.
When they drew up at the Woolpack, Helen was relieved to find they would be allowed to leave the coach for a short while.
Barradoo, when it became known that a couple of travelling Englishmen had taken up their quarters at the Woolpack Hotel, with the intention of remaining in the neighbourhood.
Being a trifle hard up for decent society, as he expressed it, the Barradoo people not being quite up to the mark in his opinion, soon after hearing this last intelligence, he ordered out the mail--phaeton, and rattled up to the door of the Woolpack, where he was received by Bowstead, and ushered into the presence of the illustrious strangers with all befitting reverence.
Barradoo was in possession of the fact that the visitors had returned to their quarters at the Woolpack, and were pledged to remain over the Show.
Ball that evening everybody was aware that Captain Wilton had called for his account directly after arriving at the Woolpack, recommending his friend to lie down and rest the while.
Anyway, he drives to the Woolpack, has a very quick pint and shoots back here.