It sounded in dance halls and bagnios, in barrooms and gambling dens.
There cannot be a greater instance of the magnificence of the Romans than their bagnios.
In localities away from the bagnios, some servant girl, friendly to the copper, protects him from the inclemency of the weather.
If his friends gave him an asylum in their houses, 20 those houses were forthwith turned into bagnios and taverns.
The captured crews were employed as slaves in the bagnios of Algiers and Tunis.
For using language that belongs to the bagnios of New Orleans, where, I doubt not, you spend most part of your time.
They become constant visitors at the great gaming-houses, and are the best customers of the bagnios of the city.
The solitary tenant of a cell—the dissolute frequenter of spirit-cellars and bagnios, acquires a home.
Another form of black-mail is practiced by women who run fashionable assignation houses and bagnios in this city.
Some of the Spanish vessels were wrecked at Algiers, and their crews and troops were sent to the bagnios.