Definition of Teahouses

1. Noun. (plural of teahouse) ¹



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Definition of Teahouses

1. teahouse [n] - See also: teahouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teahouses

teacuplike
teacups
teacupsful
tead
teade
teades
teads
teaed
teagle
teagled
teagles
teagling
teahead
teaheads
teahouse
teahouses (current term)
teaing
teak
teakettle
teakettler
teakettles
teaks
teakwood
teakwoods
teal
tealeaf
tealess
tealight
tealights
tealike

Literary usage of Teahouses

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1. The Foundations of Japan: Notes Made During Journeys of 6,000 Miles in the by John William Robertson Scott (1922)
"Indeed in a year or two quite a village of teahouses came into existence. ... A large proportion of these teahouses would have great difficulty in ..."

2. Over Japan Way by Alfred Marshall Hitchcock (1917)
"protection are 317 licensed prostitute houses (4373 inmates), 83 teahouses connected with the above, 1193 "waiting houses" (see ..."

3. Over Japan Way by Alfred Marshall Hitchcock (1917)
"protection are 317 licensed prostitute houses (4373 inmates), 83 teahouses connected with the above, 1193 "waiting houses" (see The Nightside of Japan), ..."

4. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings ... Annual Forum by National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association, Conference of Charities (U.S., Conference of Charities (U.S.), National Conference of Social Work (U.S. (1920)
"The Co-operatives then opened teahouses under their own management, ... I think that no less than three or four thousand teahouses are already in operation ..."

5. Log-letters from "The Challenger" by George Campbell (1877)
"The teahouses are wonderfully clean, and we luncheon in one of them off eggs, rice, and tea, three things one can always get in Japan. ..."

6. Mysterious Japan by Julian Street (1921)
"... of our Congressmen, on a junket .n Japan, had been implored by certain pious Americans over there, to avoid such sinful things as teahouses and geisha. ..."

7. Three Years' Wanderings in the Northern Provinces of China: Including a by Robert Fortune (1847)
"... and lane has its teahouses, which at stated periods of the day are crowded by the Chinese. Nor is it in cities only that this great consumption goes on. ..."

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