geisha girl

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Noun1.geisha girl - a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancinggeisha girl - a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancing
Japanese, Nipponese - a native or inhabitant of Japan
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
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Your teacup and saucer are examples of Geisha Girl porcelain that was made in Japan.
My face had been painted artfully, and I did not in any way resemble a geisha girl. My dress was carefully arranged, with pins holding up the drape.
and enjoy a buffet of Japanese sushi, Chinese dimsum, and Korean fried chicken, paired with Japanese sake, Sapporo beer, and Asian-inspired cocktails based either in soju or sake such as the Geisha Girl Apple Martini, Samurai Margarita, Seoul Sling, and Gangnam Cooler.
Breast cancer patient Joanne Jackson, above, has a full-sleeve Geisha girl on her left arm ...
DOG stylist Su Eld-Weaver is the first Brit to win the "Olympics" of dog grooming - after taking the lead with a dog dyed like a Japanese geisha girl.
Swishing past the internationallyrenowned artist HUSH's Geisha Girl installation, which welcomes visitors to the city centre bar, felt like an achievement.
pink Hibiscus garden parasol, PS190, Indian Garden Company Butterfly by Matthew Williamson set of three photographic printed wall hooks, PS26, Debenhams Geisha Girl print cushion, PS18, MODERN MOORISH Earthy colours, patterned tiles, piles of cushions and layered rugs add up to an urban Bedouin experience inspired by Morocco.
She said: "You start out as his geisha girl, but that rapidly stops.
French kiss bed PS299, Japan bedding from PS18, Rachel two-drawer bedside cabinet PS99, Geisha girl canvas PS19, sequin cushion PS25, felt floral cushion PS16, all from Isme
?????AT OF THE SUN BY DAVID RAIN (Atlantic Books, pounds 12.99) BEN Pinkerton, the troubled illegitimate son of the geisha girl and an American naval lieutenant turned senator, comes to life once again in the pages of Rain's novel, which also describes the major world events of the 1930s and 1940s.
A Japanese theme will run throughout the show to mark Gateshead's cultural link with Komatsu City, including cuisine, traditional Lion dances and geisha girl and samurai warrior stilt-walkers.