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Noun: inn  in
  1. A hotel providing overnight lodging for travellers
    - hostel, hostelry, lodge, auberge
  2. [Brit] A building with a bar that is licensed to sell alcoholic drinks
    - tavern [N. Amer], tap house [archaic], public house [Brit], pub [Brit, Cdn], saloon [Brit], pothouse [US], gin mill [N. Amer], taphouse [archaic], groggery [Brit, US, archaic], boozer [Brit], watering hole [Brit]

Sounds like: imminency, immanency

Derived forms: inns

Type of: building, edifice, hotel

Encyclopedia: Inn