Definition of Geishas

1. Noun. (plural of geisha) ¹



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Definition of Geishas

1. geisha [n] - See also: geisha

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Geishas

gehlenites
gei
geic
geic acid
geigerite
geikielite
geiko
geikos
gein
geire
geis
geisha
geisha ball
geisha girl
geishas (current term)
geison
geissler tube
geist
geists
geit
geitonogamy
geitost
geits
gekkonid
gekkonids
gel
gel bracelet
gel diffusion
gel diffusion precipitin tests

Literary usage of Geishas

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1. The Garter Mission to Japan (1906)
"... and a troop of geishas with their attendant band of samisen and koto-players, not to speak of a very active drummer—of course, a lady,—were waiting to ..."

2. The Garter Mission to Japan (1906)
"Shimbashi geishas. THE ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE ILLUSTRATED BY AN OLD STORY (Specially written for the occasion by Taro Masuda, LSC) ACT I. SCENE 1 ..."

3. Forty Years on the Pacific: The Lure of the Great Ocean, a Book of Reference by Frank Coffee (1920)
"THE geishas Of course, everybody has heard of the famous Geisha girls of Japan, and sharing the universal curiosity about them, I wanted to find out all I ..."

4. In Japan: Pilgrimages to the Shrines of Art by Gaston Migeon (1908)
"... effects—Its national character —Wrestling matches with flat hands—Dancing—The organisation of the geishas—Dancing in the tea-houses and on the stage. ..."

5. Japan at First Hand: Her Islands, Their People, the Picturesque, the Real by Joseph Ignatius Constantine Clarke (1918)
"The municipalities and even the central government use the geishas from time to ... Nothing is more popular than a procession of geishas through decorated ..."

6. A Trip to Lotus Land by Archie Bell (1917)
"Our first real sight-seeing trip in Japan, after we had been "properly costumed," was to the heights overlooking Yokohama, at the foot of which lies geishas ..."

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