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Definition of "innyard" [inn•yard]

  • The yard of an inn. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "innyard" in a sentence
  • ""Is there aught else I can do for you, noblesir?" she asked, catching up with him as he headed toward the door that led toward the innyard."
  • "As the last of the men wound down into the innyard, Jamie dropped the plaid and motioned back toward the path up the hill."
  • "Streamers of colored ribbons broke out of the innyard as the envoy used his staff to help himself vault the fence."