Examples of pub in a Sentence
We ate at a lot of good pubs on our trip to England last summer.
coworkers enjoying the convivial atmosphere of the Irish pub
Recent Examples of pub from the Web
The band then played some more, and the Moodies adjourned to the pub, seeing what the rest of the world would soon find out, Edge said.
The 5,500-square-foot building, located on Adobe Falls Road north of San Diego State, was formerly occupied by the Junk House Restaurant, a gastro pub that opened in 2015 and closed a little more than a year later.
Around Tonsley, there are rundown stores and pubs struggling to stay open.
Police have asked residents to avoid the area near the Kiepenkerl pub near the center of the city, where the crash took place.
In 2015, Scottish group the Whiskey River Boat Band hit the River Spey in an inflatable canoe, paddling by day and playing in pubs at night.
For adults, there’s beer, wine, and craft cocktails to enjoy in a cozy pub headed by partner/bar manager Herb Gualpa.
Guests will be able to play tag, hoverball, pub trivia and DJ bingo, while also having fun with karaoke, a photo booth and archery.
One line of inquiry is whether the pair were poisoned at Skripal's modest suburban house before going out for Sunday lunch and a visit to a pub.
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PUB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pub for English Language Learners
: a building or room especially in Britain or Ireland where alcoholic drinks and often food are served
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