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- n. An innkeeper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who keeps an inn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person who keeps an inn or house for the entertainment of travelers; an innkeeper; a taverner.
The innholder knew the public men of the country, for they had partaken of his sumptuous dinners, and had lodged at his inn.
Nor, quoth the innholder, my wiffe thou shalt bee:
Day or at any other time, behaves rudely or indecently within the walls of any house of public worship; wilfully interrupts or disturbs any assembly for public worship within the place of such assembly or out of it "; for one" who on the Lord's Day, keeps open his shop, workhouse, warehouse or place of business on that day, except works of necessity or charity "; for an innholder or victualler who," on the
And also all that Great Barn, with the appurtenances, at the time of the making of the said former demise made being in the several occupations of Hugh Richards, innholder, and
Nor, quoth the innholder, my wife thou shalt be.
Gilbert to sell strong drink as an innholder at the north end of Fish
He was a German innholder, and the count a wealthy, influential French nobleman, with a proper warrant for searching his house.
They have provided a hundred dollar fine for every innholder or victualler who keeps, or "suffers to be kept," on his premises, any implements "used in gaming," or which may be used for
'She,' quoth the innholder, 'my wife shall not be.'
To stay ye no longer herein (concludes Laneham) I dare say he hath as fair a library of these sciences, and as many goodly monuments both in prose and poetry, and at afternoon can talk as much without book, as any innholder betwixt
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