Innkeeper [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Innkeeper:

I was an Innkeeper, who loved to carouse; J was a Joiner, and built up a house.

He strides past the amazed innkeeper, up the narrow flight of stairs, and down the passage to his room.

If a horse dies while in the innkeeper's charge, he is liable unless he can show facts that excuse him.

In many states by statute an innkeeper avoids liability for the valuables of his guest unless they are deposited with him.

"I think, on the whole, we should be more comfortable living near to the innkeeper's heart," I answered.

But at last the innkeeper set a watch upon the devil and took him in the fact.

It strode into the room with clanking of spurs, and the driver and innkeeper alike stood up in respect.

The innkeeper stood as one dazed, with open mouth and bulging eyes.

When she reached the inn the innkeeper looked hard at his guest.

All this did not please the innkeeper, and he thought of some way to quiet the madman.