Examples of brothel in a Sentence
the district is infamous for its brothels and drug dealers
Recent Examples of brothel from the Web
Brassaï captured both high and low society: beautiful couples and couture shows as well as the grittier side of Parisian nightlife, including hookups in bars and moments in brothels.
Beautiful, virtuous rancher’s daughters, and dashing outlaws, and a whole brothel of cheerful, STD-free hosts designed to cater to every whim.
If successful, the referendum would eliminate nearly half of the state's 20 brothels.
At Jezebel’s, a brothel that Fred takes her to, June is asked by the resistance, also known as Mayday, to smuggle a package to the outside.
Both had begun in the 1600s as colonial farmland; by the 19th century, both had transformed into a shopping and entertainment district, with large hotels, upscale department stores, theaters and hundreds of brothels.
The criminals even can be pillars of society like former United Airlines pilot Bruce Wayne Wallis, 51, who was convicted of operating a string of brothels in the Houston area or ex-Col.
In the days before the Missouri’s arrival, Turks scrubbed the streets and taxis, spiffed up the brothels, and strung the word WELCOME in lights throughout the city.
The brothels that lined Fourth Street tried hard to stand out.
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Origin and Etymology of brothel
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Definition of brothel for English Language Learners
: a building in which prostitutes are available
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