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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinninn /Ιͺn/ ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DLTDFa small hotel or pub, especially an old one in the countrysideβ–Ί see thesaurus at hotel2 Da word used in the names of some pubs and hotels πŸ”Š We’re staying at the Holiday Inn.
Examples from the Corpus
innβ€’ His penance was to build an inn and hospital for the poor at the mouth of a river.β€’ It was like an inn and had stables and barns.β€’ An inn and a few old cottages stood to one side of the lock.β€’ Many years ago opposite the church was the Bay Horse inn.β€’ In 1924, the inn became the CamdenRockland Water Co.β€’ The truth was sometimes very simple, Guy decided, as he led Chalon over to the open doorway of the inn.β€’ Where the inn is full there is no duty to accommodate.β€’ The inn opens for lunch on the weekends starting in mid-May.