Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: inn
IPA transcription: ['ɪn]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: hostel, hostelry, inn, lodge, auberge
    Meaning: a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
Usage examples
  • I inquired the way to the inn, but no one replied.
  • It was an inn, of no great size, but of respectable appearance.
  • Wyatt, Pendril, and Gwilt, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, London."
  • Is it for you, who keep an inn, to treat passengers at this rate?
  • On returning to the inn I learnt the whole story of the deceased.
  • "You'll find the party at the Pinetop Inn," said J. Pinkney Bloom.
  • He followed the chaise, went into the inn, and stuck close to the traveller.
  • I saw at once that the Donjon Inn was at least two centuries old--perhaps older.
  • At four precisely, therefore, the carriage drew up at the door of the principal inn.
  • They left the driver to take the horses to the inn and approached the building afoot.