Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1casa de putas feminine informalputero masculine Mexico informalquilombo masculine River Plate informalcasa de remolienda feminine Chile informalputeadero masculine Colombia informal
- And there was the ongoing question of why cathouses were called cathouses when there didn't seem to be any mice.
- Saloons, cathouses and gambling establishments were the norm.
- They hung out on street corners or in clubs that were cathouses in all but name.
- Back at the cathouse, Melissa claims to have been ‘traumatized ‘by her kitchen term.
- Is it wise to run a saloon and a cathouse in a town filled with prison laborers?
- The opposition party (i.e. the cathouse across the street) isn't slow to spot a chance to stick it to the competition by calling in the vice squad.
- I had to let him look the whole house over to make sure we hadn't turned it into a cathouse or crackhouse, and in the end promised to vacate ASAP.
- I suspect Papa liked having that nude hanging in the den almost as much as he liked telling people his wife had a cathouse in the backyard.
- Our man resembles Mickey Mouse singing at a cathouse after his 10th shot of Absinthe.
- The impression emerging in the press is of the Scottish Executive as a screeching cathouse filled with fractious and uncontrollable ministers, plotting factions, and burned-out civil servants led by a First Minister who cannot say no.
- As both the show's musical director and a character called The Man, guitarist Williams transplants the audience to a cathouse in New Orleans where music reigns supreme and the beat always goes on.
- On the title track, he sounds like a less-mournful Tom Waits amid the accordion bump and grind of a busy cathouse.
- It depicts a prostitute in lower Manhattan in front of a stoop with a black cat poised on the railing - a visual pun on cathouse.