hostler hostler  /ˈhɑs lər/


  • (n) someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses



  1. The new streets-as-buildings would provide garages at every stop, making disposal of the auto as simple as flinging the reins to the hostler at the local inn.
  2. It might never have been discovered had not it become disabled and a hostler-electrician been called to repair it.



    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, left, runs a drill as wide receivers coach Jim Hostler watches during NFL football training camp in Owings Mills, Md., Thursday, July 25, 2013.
    on July 26, 2013     Source: Greenwich Time


  1. "In our committee staff's meeting with Mr. Hostler last week, we expressed serious concerns about a recent internal report showing significant issues with the management culture at Alyeska," Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Michigan, said in a statement...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Bart Stupak Source: CNN

  2. "I asked for that play. So, don't get on (offensive coordinator) Jim Hostler for that," said Dilfer. "It was a play we put in this week. It is real effective against that style of defense. They (the Ravens) want to blitz you on third down and...
    on Oct 9, 2007 By: Trent Dilfer Source: Sports Network

  3. "I would like to think that Ted helped us because it's a credit to Ted," Nolan said. "I think he has things to offer, but I don't want to diminish anything and take away anything from what our offensive coaches, including Jim Hostler, did in...
    on Nov 26, 2007 By: Mike Nolan Source: San Jose Mercury News

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