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Correct spelling:
One who dines.


roomer, visitor, visitors, roomers, paying guest, paying guests.
casual restaurant with varied menu
automat, bistro, booth, canteen, chuck wagon, coffee shop, concession, dump, eating house, facility, greasy spoon, grill, hash house, lunchroom, mess hall, saloon, snack bar, tearoom, eatery, fast-food outlet, sandwich shop, lunch counter, café, ice-cream parlor, lunch wagon, quick-lunch.
buffet car, dining car, dining compartment.
dining car
buffet car, dining compartment, restaurant car, restaurant cars.
cafe, eating place, pizzeria, soda fountain, watering hole, drive in, pizzerias, night club, fast-food place, hamburger stand, watering holes, drive-in, doughtnut shop, hotdog stand.
Examples of usage:
  1. He is a diner out of first- rate currency, when in town; being invited to one place, because he has been seen at another. – Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists by Washington Irving
  2. Provision for satisfying the " inner man" is now a regular part of the equipment of all modern trains, and about 6: 30 or 7 you should leave your companions in the " smoker" and walk through the train until you reach the " diner." – Perfect Behavior A Guide for Ladies and Gentlemen in all Social Crises by Donald Ogden Stewart
  3. Wheaton was not frequently a diner out by reason of his more slender acquaintance; and to- day all were present, including Raridan, the most fickle of all in his attendance. – The Main Chance by Meredith Nicholson
  4. That he is an extraordinary writer of small poetry, and a diner out of the highest lustre, I do most readily admit. – Political Pamphlets by George Saintsbury
  5. She was an early diner, and took tea about six o'clock, after which she went out for an evening drive over the Campagna. – The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly by Charles James Lever