I am sick of chattering, playing dice, going to bawdy houses, and making vain reports to the Florentine Wool-staplers.
In wine shops and gambling hells and bawdy houses—that's where they live!
The setting is a ranch of Mexican tradition in the lower border country of Texas, also saloons and bawdy houses of border towns.
Prostitutes were expelled from the city because the street with their bawdy houses had become very noisy.
A riotous twenty years in night saloons and bawdy houses had left him a kindly, choleric, and respected newspaper figure.
It was a straggling place of tents and wooden shacks, dance halls, bawdy houses, gambling houses and saloons.
The place was just big enough to have a good population of gambling joints, bawdy houses and drunk-rollers.