taphouse meaning

  "taphouse" in a sentence
Noun: taphouse  taphaws
Usage: archaic
  1. Tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals
    - public house [Brit], pub [Brit, Cdn], saloon [Brit], pothouse [US], gin mill [N. Amer], tavern, boozer [Brit]
Noun: tap house
  1. A building with a bar that is licensed to sell alcoholic drinks
    - tavern

Derived forms: taphouses, tap houses

Type of: building, edifice


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  1. The hamlets of West Taphouse and Trewindle are in the parish.
  2. Other settlements in the parish include East Taphouse, and Penfrane.
  3. Heminges also built and operated a taphouse at the Globe.
  4. The change has been good for Carl and Emily Taphouse of Traverse City.
  5. Commentary was provided by Gary Taphouse and Kerry Dixon.

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