- inn + keeping (Wiktionary)
“Alas! how any gentleman can fall to such bloody work when he might have a clean honourable occupation, such as innkeeping or the like, is more than my poor mind can understand.”
“Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have tackled innkeeping and now they're trying wedding planning.”
“But shortly after moving in they decided to make it into a second career and try their hands at innkeeping.”
“Several small boys dashed into town to spread the news, and soon most of the population of Goodland had left their crops and their washing, their blacksmiths and their innkeeping to watch what we knew would be the chess match of the century.”
“Nor are South Asian immigrants to the USA more likely than Mexican immigrants to engage in entreprenurial activities like innkeeping or semiconductor manufacturing rather than agricultural stoop labor.”
“Both female and male ESFJs relate with people in a way that combines warmhearted “mothering” and caring, considerate “innkeeping.””
“Some women worked at their husbands' occupations – retailing, printmaking, shipbuilding, innkeeping, operating ferry boats, and managing prisons.”
“BBC series written by and starring John Cleese and Connie Booth, with Cleese as the most incompetent innkeeper in the history of innkeeping.”
“Are only corpulent individuals attracted to the innkeeping life?”
“It is true I receive guests sometimes into my house, but I do so solely with the view of accommodating them; I do not depend upon innkeeping for a livelihood.”
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