drive-in

NOUN
  1. any installation designed to accommodate patrons in their automobiles
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How To Use drive-in In A Sentence

  • The Shepton Samaritans held a Samaritan Inn Night at the Frisco RoughRiders in Frisco and spent a day "carhopping" for tips at a Sonic Drive-In in West Plano. undefined
  • The only time we see her working she's trying to pick up guests at a hotel by greeting them at the elevator with the same bumptious and naive enthusiasm as she would greet potential diners as she handed out menus in front of the drive-in where she worked as a carhop. Lance Mannion:
  • Howard Shore creates a score that's wonderfully evocative of the 1950s, part sci-fi drive-in, part tiki lounge.
  • But then again, not having romantic memories of drive-ins, I wouldn't know.
  • Pinewood Studios is hoping to beat the world record for the biggest movie screening with its drive-in showing of Mission Impossible.
  • For example, if fly-in guests' share has decreased due to airline capacity cuts and declines in corporate travel, focus on your drive-in feeder market.
  • Last year, Studio 35 brought in renowned drive-in reviewer Joe Bob Briggs. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • The best part about Sidney's drive-in theater is that about five years ago a really big storm hit and blew half of the screen down.
  • These eateries convert into drive-in restaurants at night.
  • Date spots: Matheson Hammock Marina, Just theFunny Theater, Swap Shop Drive-In movie theater, Miami Seaquarium ... and ofcourse, long walks on the beach!
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