inn


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Synonyms for inn

Synonyms for inn

a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

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No doubt I was already the laughing-stock of the whole inn.
I stayed some days at this charming old inn, for Amaryllis--oh, yes, you may be sure her name was Amaryllis--had not betrayed me; and indeed she may have some share in my retrospect of the inn as one of the most delightful which I encountered anywhere in my journeying.
Nor would he allow anyone to leave the inn till he had drunk himself sleepy and reeled off to bed.
While this was going on there came up to the inn a sowgelder, who, as he approached, sounded his reed pipe four or five times, and thereby completely convinced Don Quixote that he was in some famous castle, and that they were regaling him with music, and that the stockfish was trout, the bread the whitest, the wenches ladies, and the landlord the castellan of the castle; and consequently he held that his enterprise and sally had been to some purpose.
At the next inn you will find a wounded man, now being attended by our servants, who has asked the assistance of a minister of God.
At the dawn of the same day that Little John left the inn, he started from Nottingham, homeward for Blyth.
The front of the inn stood nearly in the middle of the principal street of the town.
And in speaking of the murder at the village inn, you told me that the crime was committed--I have forgotten how long ago?
Thou villain inn-keeper," he shouted, "did I not ask you when I brought my lady here whether your inn was clean?
Suppose the witnesses at the inn happen to know me?
At last, toward evening, dead tired, they came to the Inn of the Red Lobster.
Containing the arrival of an Irish gentleman, with very extraordinary adventures which ensued at the inn.
The Donjon Inn was of no imposing appearance; but I like these buildings with their rafters blackened with age and the smoke of their hearths--these inns of the coaching-days, crumbling erections that will soon exist in the memory only.
As soon as we came to the inn, Ransome led us up the stair to a small room, with a bed in it, and heated like an oven by a great fire of coal.
Pray,' said the gentleman, 'are there any inns hereabouts?