What is another word for hotelkeeper?

Pronunciation: [hə͡ʊtˈɛlkiːpə] (IPA)

Synonyms for Hotelkeeper:

What are the hypernyms for Hotelkeeper?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for hotelkeeper?

The word "hotelkeeper" refers to a person who owns or manages a hotel or an inn. The antonyms for this term may include "guest," "tourist," or "traveller." These words represent the people who are accommodated in the hotel or inn instead of running it. Other antonyms that could be used include "tenant," "resident," or "lodger" as these words imply a person renting or occupying a space, as opposed to owning it. These antonyms provide a contrast to the idea of hotelkeeping and convey the different roles and positions involved in the hospitality industry.

What are the antonyms for Hotelkeeper?

Usage examples for Hotelkeeper

They saw her leave an envelope with the hotelkeeper; they did not hear her instructions.
"The Desert Valley"
Jackson Gregory
His appearance, to the untrained eye, was merely that of an extremely stout hotelkeeper walking from the rotunda to the back bar.
"Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town"
Stephen Leacock
"So you've turned into a hotelkeeper," I said.
"Look Back on Happiness"
Knut Hamsun

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