coffeehouse

[ kaw-fee-hous, kof-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coffeehouse
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I will tell you presently, but let us go into a coffeehouse.

Then sometimes our club has a real party in the coffeehouse.

He had played briscola with peasants in a coffeehouse of Fiesole.

The story is again taken up in a coffeehouse in Vienna where Bollman is accustomed to go.

Certainly there were a great many people down there round about Lloyd's Coffeehouse!

As the clock-hand pointed to ten, she heard both quite near—outside Lloyd's Coffeehouse, evidently.

An impertinent petit-maitre told a country gentleman in a coffeehouse at the west end of the town that he looked like a groom.

Osmin took to selling pastilles for a livelihood, and the lady got employment as dame de comptoir in a coffeehouse.

It was seven o'clock when I went out, and a quarter of an hour after, seeing a number of people in a coffeehouse, I entered it.

Among the visitors at one of the coffeehouse clubs was one B. Franklin, big, patient, kind.

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