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

  • The impression emerging in the press is of the Scottish Executive as a screeching cathouse filled with fractious and uncontrollable ministers, plotting factions, and burned-out civil servants led by a First Minister who cannot say no.
  • Lynette, the waitress/cleaning gal, was the girl-next-door type, if you happened to live next to a cathouse. How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf
  • As both the show's musical director and a character called The Man, guitarist Williams transplants the audience to a cathouse in New Orleans where music reigns supreme and the beat always goes on.
  • Carl reminds me of that old joke about the southern church lady who went to work at the local cathouse doing laundry and making beds because her family needed the money. Think Progress » GOP Claims It’s Upholding The Legacy Of MLK, A Fighter Against The ‘Injustice’ In Health Care Inequality
  • Back at the cathouse, Melissa claims to have been ‘traumatized ‘by her kitchen term.
  • That's just the kind of cathouse name your mama would come up with. Cold Mountain
  • On the title track, he sounds like a less-mournful Tom Waits amid the accordion bump and grind of a busy cathouse.
  • A cathouse is an evil, sinful place where some men go to play cards, drink spirits, and … um … talk to bad women. Breathless
  • Is it wise to run a saloon and a cathouse in a town filled with prison laborers?
  • There was swing and jive in the dance halls, mambo in the bars, boogie-woogie piano playing in the dockside cathouses. DESPERADOES
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