What is another word for pub?

Pronunciation: [pˈʌb] (IPA)

The word "pub" is often used to describe a place where people gather to socialise, drink and sometimes have a meal. However, there are several synonyms that can be used interchangeably with the word "pub" such as tavern, bar, alehouse, inn or saloon. These synonyms can vary depending on the location or heritage of the establishment. For example, in the UK, a pub is a traditional English drinking place. In the US, a tavern is a type of pub that serves alcoholic beverages, while an alehouse mainly serves beer. The use of different synonyms can add depth and character when describing a particular establishment.

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Usage examples for Pub

He sed he looked upon my letters as pub.
"Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia"
Seba Smith
An abridgment of the biography pub.
"U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1962 July - December"
U.S. Copyright Office
In the village we entered a pub, rather against our guide's will, and had some more coffee and bread.
"The Escaping Club"
A. J. Evans

Famous quotes with Pub

  • Some people like going to the pub; I enjoy going to the gym.
    Frank Bruno
  • James, that's a bad situation. I'm not saying it's not repairable, but it's pretty far. When you go from being in one of the best bands in the world to some cover band... as far as I'm concerned, he was playing down at the pub.
    Billy Corgan
  • But one of the most fantastic things about Ireland and Dublin is that the pubs are like Paris and the cafe culture. And Dublin, in many ways, is a pub culture.
    Hugh Dancy
  • There's a lot of people out there who have seen us once somewhere in a pub or heard our songs late night on radio. We'd done four years of it before we'd even released a single. It's put us in good stead.
    Dan Hawkins
  • Let me just say, I've seen a pub or two.
    Don Johnson

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