Definition of Restauranteurs

1. Noun. (plural of restauranteur) ¹



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Definition of Restauranteurs

1. restauranteur [n] - See also: restauranteur

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restauranteurs

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

Literary usage of Restauranteurs

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1. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1899)
"restauranteurs do not know why they lose such customers, but the customers know and they tell other people. Every first-class restaurant should state on the ..."

2. The Library of Original Sources: Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in edited by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1915)
"... and plasters are sold; barbers' shops, where they wash and shave the head; and restauranteurs, that furnish food and drink at a certain price. ..."

3. Adventure Guide to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao by Lynne M. Sullivan (2006)
"On-site restaurants and bars are run by the same restauranteurs who operate the Waterfront Crabhouse at Seaport Marketplace and La Gondola at Casa del Mar; ..."

4. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"The reason for this last may be that one of the world's greatest restauranteurs, who had his start in the city by Lake Michigan, has always had his place ..."

5. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"The reason for this last may be that one of the world's greatest restauranteurs, who had his start in the city by Lake Michigan, has always had his place ..."

6. The Personality of American Cities by Edward Hungerford (1913)
"The reason for this last may be that one of the world's greatest restauranteurs, who had his start in the city by Lake Michigan, has always had his place ..."

7. South American Fights and Fighters: And Other Tales of Adventure by Cyrus Townsend Brady (1910)
"... ointments, and plasters are sold; barber shops where they wash and shave the head; and restauranteurs that furnish food and drink at a certain price. ..."

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