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taphouse Line breaks: tap|house
Pronunciation: /ˈtaphaʊs/

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Definition of taphouse in English:

noun

historical
A place where alcoholic drinks, especially beer, were available on tap; a public house.
Example sentences
  • Heminges probably owned the taphouse which adjoined the first Globe.
  • For mine own part, I never come into any room in a taphouse, but I am drawn in.
  • Numerous reports were made of beer being served in taphouses while divine service was under way in the church.

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