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noun as in inn

noun as in joint

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noun as in juke joint

noun as in motel

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Example Sentences

It’s got a roadhouse where you can get a steak and whiskey, it’s got a pizza parlor, a taco stand, plenty of churches, and it’s real sleepy.

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Female applicants at the Texas Roadhouse in Columbus, Ohio had to meet some very high standards.

The first real guitar I had, Mr. Cham Fields, who owned a roadhouse, gambling house, and W. C. Handy gave it to me.

“We have a Texas Roadhouse that has a lot of it,” Sullivan noted.

Imagine them all clustered in a roadhouse, having a beer around sunset, shaking their heads over the lost opportunity.

It was a roadhouse of some repute in 1820, and a famous meeting place for celebrities in the sporting world.

It too became a tavern, a pleasure resort, a "mead garden," a roadhouse—whatever you choose to call it.

No, he's going to start a roadhouse out on the almshouse drive in a few months; swell place, you know.

Watering his horse at a roadhouse, a little later on, he interested some loungers on the veranda.

I've found a new roadhouse in the country that's respectable enough to suit anybody.


On this page you'll find 174 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to roadhouse, such as: bank, club, clubhouse, dive, hall, and honky-tonk.

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