noun, plural cof·fee·hous·es [kaw-fee-hou-ziz, kof-ee-] /ˈkɔ fiˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈkɒf i-/.
verb (used without object), cof·fee·housed [kaw-fee-houzd, kof-ee-] /ˈkɔ fiˌhaʊzd, ˈkɒf i-/, cof·fee·hous·ing [kaw-fee-hou-zing, kof-ee-] /ˈkɔ fiˌhaʊ zɪŋ, ˈkɒf i-/.
- coffee-table book,
Origin of coffeehouse
Examples from the Web for coffeehouse
She suggested that Gregory stack newspapers on his desk to give the set an intimate, coffeehouse feel.David Gregory's 'Meet the Press' Eviction Exposed in Washingtonian Takedown|Lloyd Grove|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the morning, join the intelligentsia at Cafe Pamplona, a European-style coffeehouse, also by Harvard Square.
“Everyone always compares writing to war,” he said over a tall iced tea at a west Los Angeles coffeehouse recently.The Movie Redemption of ‘Men in Black 3’ Scribe Etan Cohen|Chris Lee|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The British Spectator speculates on its Coffeehouse blog about a Rand Paul vice presidential nomination.
“This tape empowered me,” Laurer said between sips of iced tea in a busy West Los Angeles coffeehouse.
All the newsletters, all the coffeehouse orators, complained that the blood of the poor was shed with impunity by the great.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
The story is again taken up in a coffeehouse in Vienna where Bollman is accustomed to go.Lafayette|Martha Foote Crow
He had played briscola with peasants in a coffeehouse of Fiesole.The Red Lily, Complete|Anatole France
As the clock-hand pointed to ten, she heard both quite near—outside Lloyd's Coffeehouse, evidently.Somehow Good|William de Morgan
An impertinent petit-maitre told a country gentleman in a coffeehouse at the west end of the town that he looked like a groom.