bordello bordello  /bɔr ˈdɛ ˌloʊ/


  • (n) a building where prostitutes are available


  1. This is not a scene from a bordello in the sex trade, but an annual event in Japan's new beauty queen factory.
  2. During the Depression, farm boys with no money paid with chickens hence the bordello's name.
  3. Off the boudoir-bordello beat, Harrison started in February to put out a chastened Confidential, which explored such safe subjects as the Negro vote and electrocardiographs.


  1. Slideshow: Gogol Bordello, Bombino at Old National Centre

    Gogol Bordello's sprawling punk caravan stopped at Old National Centre for the night with Bombino in tow. by Artur Silva [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Nuvo

  2. Eugene Hütz Q&A: Gogol Bordello's New Album 'Just Feels F---ing Big'

    Gogol Bordello frontman Eugene Hütz reports that the band has, typically, been out “raising the mother fucking hell” on international stages since...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Billboard

  3. History buffs take Galena bordello promoter to task on accuracy

    The seedier side of Galena’s past — a past involving prostitutes and murders — has come back to life with the resurrection of an historic bordello-turned-tourist destination, and questions are being raised about just what happened in days gone by.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Joplin Globe


  1. Barry writes: "Carol confided to friends that Kerry ran this private bordello to thank men who had done him a good turn, to pay them back."
    on Jul 25, 2007 By: Paul Barry Source: The Age

  2. In his foreword, Idle describes Wexler as "a seven-foot Scotsman with a wooden leg whom I met Frog Rolling on an Eskimo trip in Northern Greenland. We were sheltering in a sauna at a local bordello with an Icelandic babe called Splut ...... no, I...
    on Jul 6, 2007 By: Eric Idle Source:

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