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geisha  n.  (pl. geisha, geishas)  A Japanese singing and dancing girl, trained to provide entertainment and company for a man or group of men.

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"Geisha" Quotes from Famous Books

... room were lined with numberless shelves filled with files and papers. Any remaining space was covered by pictures of famous persons, people wanted or wanting, and a geisha girl ...
— The House of the Misty Star - A Romance of Youth and Hope and Love in Old Japan • Fannie Caldwell Macaulay

... came in view of the Water-stairs, yet although I paused more than once to look about me, I saw no sign of the Imp. Thinking he was most probably 'in ambush' somewhere, I continued my way, whistling an air out of "The Geisha" to attract his notice. Ten minutes or more elapsed, however, without any sign of him, and I was already close to the stairs, when I stopped whistling all at once, and holding my breath, ...
— My Lady Caprice • Jeffrey Farnol

Words linked to "Geisha" :   Japanese, Nipponese, adult female, geisha girl, woman

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