saloon

[ suh-loon ]
SEE DEFINITION OF saloon

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SALOON

"Come over to the saloon, Buck, and have one on me," said Jasper.

He thought of the grinning men of the saloon; the hidden words.

"He's layin' down," said Bill Dozier, and his voice was soft but audible in the saloon.

In the dimness of the saloon door a gun flashed in the hand of Jasper Lanning.

He said that he occasionally dropped into a saloon to take a glass of beer.

Red he sees my pard passing a saloon, and he says, 'Hello, where did you come from?

My saloon luckily has a dome, and under the dome we placed it.

As they passed the saloon a man stepped into the doorway and looked at them.

Wishing to go away, I took Mr. Jarrett's arm and went to the saloon.

We four, with one other, sat at a small table in the saloon.

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