[ steyk-hous ]
/ ˈsteɪkˌhaʊs /
noun, plural steak·hous·es [steyk-hou-ziz] /ˈsteɪkˌhaʊ zɪz/.
a restaurant specializing in beefsteak.
- steak au poivre,
- steak knife,
- steak set,
- steak tartare,
- steal a march on,
- steal someone blind,
- steal someone's heart,
- steal someone's thunder
Origin of steakhouse
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Examples from the Web for steakhouse
This extravagant borrowing funds a steakhouse, outdoor hot tubs, a first-run movie theater, and a roaming ice-cream truck.
His father, Jack Sr., owned a popular Oklahoma City steakhouse and was involved in local politics.Under Obama, a Breakdown in the Death Benefits Owed to Veterans|Aaron Glantz|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
/ (ˈsteɪkˌhaʊs) /
a restaurant that has steaks as its speciality
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