Definition for HOS-PI-TAL'I-TY

HOS-PI-TAL'I-TY, n. [Fr. hospitalité; L. hospitalitas; W. ysbyd. See Hospitable.]

The act or practice of receiving and entertaining strangers or guests without reward, or with kind and generous liberality. A bishop – must be given to hospitality. 1 Tim. iii. Hospitality I have found as universal as the fate of man. Ledyard.

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