cathouse

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cathouse a building where prostitutes are available
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Usage

In literature:

Maybe you should just post your prices, like a cheap cathouse.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

Gary Gardner, the stepfather of Millie Barrera, one of the four tragic victims slain last November in what was dubbed "The Cathouse murders," is speaking out about the arrest yesterday of one of the alleged perpetrators.
A second man has been arrested in connection with the horrific murder of Cathouse beauty Brooke Phillips, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The man arrested in connection with the shocking murder of pregnant Cathouse prostitute turned reality TV star Brooke Phillips and several others was a champion wrestler and cage fighter, RadarOnline.com has learned.
HBO Cathouse Murders Arrest Warrant Issued.
An Oklahoma County judge has set a Feb 15 preliminary hearing for a man accused of killing four people, including a prostitute featured on HBO's " Cathouse " series.
Alex, the bartender at the Cathouse Lounge at the Pied Piper, displays the T-shirt with a picture that she and other employees posed for "In the Natural State ".
A bunch of wealthy Long Island golfers turned their clubhouse into a cathouse — hiring strippers and hookers to entertain them on the course and in the locker rooms, according to a bombshell.
Faster Pussycat's 1987 debut LP contains songs like "Bathroom Wall" and "Cathouse.".
Faster Pussycat 's 1987 debut LP contains songs like "Bathroom Wall" and "Cathouse.".
The Jompson Brothers with the Cathouse Prophets.
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