Origin of geisha
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How to use geisha in a sentence
The event was pure pageantry, with women in geisha costumes, and a thousand of Shōriki’s employees chanting “Banzai!”The Disneyfication of Atomic Power - Issue 107: The Edge|Jacob Darwin Hamblin|October 6, 2021|Nautilus
There are dozens of such “academies” in Moscow and St. Petersburg, with names such as “Geisha School” or “How to Be a Real Woman.”
A Japanese media mogul and his geisha entertainers—so they can hit as many bars as possible before dawn.
Back to Alison and her friends who are suddenly wearing kimonos, holding fans and two of whom have ‘geisha’ make up on.The Most Offensive Lyrics and WTF Moments From ‘Chinese Food’|Culture Team|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Shizuka New York Skin Care Salon has been offering the hourlong $180 Geisha bird-poop facial for about five years.
"She's Kill Bill, she's Lucy Liu, she's part assassin and part geisha," Wang says.
She had even laughed and quickened and responded to Geisha McCoy's manipulation of her audience, just as you have.
Something of this must have shone in her face, for Geisha McCoy's tone was half-pettish, half-apologetic as she spoke.
"Some people have all the luck," sighed Geisha McCoy, and dropped listlessly back on her pillows.
Of course, there are no ladies at mens dinners—only professional dancing-girls, maiko or geisha.
I have heard of silk tabi, but never saw any, and I think they are worn only by geisha, etc.
British Dictionary definitions for geisha
Word Origin for geisha
Cultural definitions for geisha
A Japanese woman who is trained and paid to provide entertainment and amusing company for men.