Part of speech:
One who rents a room or rooms in which to live; a lodger.
A small, usually inexpensive restaurant with a long counter and booths and often housed in a building designed to resemble a dining car.
Any paying customer of a hotel, restaurant, etc.
A person or thing that lodges; esp., one who lives in a rented room in another's home
The owner or manager of an establishment, especially a restaurant or an inn of France or Spain.
A member of an intelligence-gathering or nonuniformed law enforcement agency who resides and oversees operations in a certain locale:
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