1. a building where prostitutes are available
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How To Use bawdyhouse In A Sentence

  • He was surprised in a bawdyhouse by two policemen. The Girl in the Dilger Case
  • Worse than this, the woman lived in a bawdyhouse downtown, with a coarse, red-faced Irishman named Connor, who was the boss of the loading-gang outside, and would make free with the girls as they went to and from their work. The Jungle
  • Worse than this, the woman lived in a bawdyhouse downtown, with The Jungle
  • Wasn't hardly nobody comin" by the bawdyhouse where I was at, either, what with so many men bein" away to the war. The Guns Of The South
  • Thousands of them came to Chicago answering advertisements for "servants" and "factory hands," and found themselves trapped by fake employment agencies, and locked up in a bawdyhouse. The Jungle
  • It ill befits the distance between your Highness and me to send you for ocular conviction to a jakes or an oven, to the windows of a bawdyhouse, or to a sordid lantern. English Satires
  • He exposed a widely tolerated bawdyhouse known as the Chicken Ranch in La Grange. Marvin Zindler, Eyewitness News! : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits
  • “You were as drunk as a lord last time I saw you, and about to go off to the bawdyhouse with that wench…Lord, she had an arse on her,” he added reminiscently. A Wicked Gentleman
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