from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The keeper of an inn, hotel, nightclub, or eating establishment.
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- n. The proprietor of a hotel or restaurant.
- n. An innkeeper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An innkeeper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A landlord or innkeeper.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Roman Catholic Church) Anglo-Saxon missionary who was sent to Frisia and Germany to spread the Christian faith; was martyred in Frisia (680-754)
- n. the owner or manager of an inn
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I urge Clinton supporters to do whats best for their party, and not allow this silliness to continue. boniface
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It had scarcely the perfunctory smile of the professional boniface.
"You were right not to draw," continued the boniface with a sharp look.
So Will turned boniface, and invited May and me to make our home with him.
In its extended account of the "Lane-Hope Nuptials," the Florence Kicker devoted much of the space to the part taken by the "best man" in the ceremony, "our genial and expansive boniface of the new county apartment hotel."
Hendrik Frey, the boniface of Canajoharie, a famous fun-lover and merrymaker.
Then the boniface hurried off to attend to some newly entered customers and the detective, greatly pleased at the prospect, found himself alone with the old servant.
The gossipy boniface was already spreading such meager details of the sudden seizure as he had been able to pick up, and, the words "Polish noblewoman," "Italian marchesa," "French countess," were tossed about freely in the light froth of the conversation in the ladies 'drawing-room.