noun, plural speak·eas·ies.
Words nearby speakeasy
historical usage of speakeasy
Examples from the Web for speakeasy
It all makes for a very cool bar, sure, but as a speakeasy, it feels a little muddled.
They were paid $50 to play a tiny Los Angeles speakeasy called The Lava Lounge—now The Woods.Cold War Kids on Faith, Hipster Detractors & Their Musical Evolution|Marlow Stern|April 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You couldn't see him for dust as he broke for the nearest 'speakeasy,' and the two panhandlers were hanging on to his coat tails.Side Show Studies|Francis Metcalfe
He's been in the "cigar store" bookie racket ever since repeal had closed a speakeasy he'd had on Grand Avenue.Direct Wire|Clee Garson
You can take the first shot with old 'Speakeasy' an' then I'll try her.The Southerner|Thomas Dixon