Synonyms for inn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INN
In the light of morning the isolation of the inn is more apparent than at night.
Scene changes to an inn on the coast within a few yards of Paris.
Better to sleep here at this inn, and then travel on to Minstead in the morning.
Here was an offer which the company in an English inn at that or any other date are slow to refuse.
The oddest part of these experiences is that the dirtier the inn the better the fare.
There was the inn, there the spot where he had sat and talked with the driver.
No well-regulated Thames inn can exist a week without a bride and groom.
There was a venta or inn near by, he said, where they could sleep, starting again at dawn.
Or they might have heard rumours of his sword-play at the inn and on the ship.
And quiet—quiet to gloom, did the inn, so noisy overnight, seem by morning.
Old English inn "lodging, dwelling, house," probably from inne (adv.) "inside, within" (see in). Meaning "public house with lodging" is perhaps by c.1200, certainly by c.1400. Meaning "lodging house or residence for students" is early 13c. in Anglo-Latin, obsolete except in names of buildings that were so used (e.g. Inns of Court, mid-15c.).