Definition of Restauranteur

1. Noun. (American English) The owner of a restaurant. ¹



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Definition of Restauranteur

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restauranteur

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restating
restation
restationed
restationing
restations
restaurant
restaurant attendant
restaurant car
restaurant chain
restauranteer
restauranteering
restauranteers
restauranter
restauranters
restauranteur (current term)
restauranteurs
restaurantgoer
restaurantgoers
restaurantland
restaurants
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restaurateuring
restaurateurs
rested
restem
restemmed
restems
restenoses
restenosis

Literary usage of Restauranteur

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1. The Free Harbor Contest at Los Angeles; an Account of the Long Fight Waged by Charles Dwight Willard (1899)
"... Robert Kern, restauranteur, Kingsley, Barnes & Neuner Co., printers and bookbinders, Kerckhoff-Cuzner Mill and Lumber Co., John Koster, restauranteur, ..."

2. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"And a smart New York restauranteur recently made a " cover charge" of ... It will not be long before a smarter restauranteur will make the " cover charge ..."

3. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"And a smart New York restauranteur recently made a " cover charge" of ... It will not be long before a smarter restauranteur will make the " cover charge ..."

4. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"And a smart New York restauranteur recently made a ... It will not be long before a smarter restauranteur will make the " cover charge " fifty cents, ..."

5. With the Yankee Division in France by Frank Palmer Sibley (1919)
"Sergeant Hoey, a Worcester restauranteur who was in the artillery, and Sergeant Dufourd, the commanding general's major- domo and himself a Boston ..."

6. America's Coming-of-age by Van Wyck Brooks (1915)
"He enjoys an old restauranteur because he knows how to select champagne, likes to look at nursemaids because they are so trim and ..."

7. America's Coming-of-age by Van Wyck Brooks (1915)
"He enjoys an old restauranteur because he knows how to select champagne, likes to look at nursemaids because they are so trim and ..."

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