Example sentences for: parlors

How can you use “parlors” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • East Shinjuku is really two places: a daytime quarter of department stores, vertical malls, and discount stores, and a nighttime quarter of bars (straight and gay), cheap restaurants, strip joints, game parlors, jazz clubs, rooms-by-the-hour hotels, raves, and honky-tonks — most of the latter in a seedy, neon-lit neighborhood called Kabuki-cho.

  • When Soviet Jews were allowed to emigrate and poured into New York, the HOBOE PYCCKOE CJIOBO, previously an anti-Communist Russian-language newspaper published in New York, became more Jewish than Christian in orientation, running ads for Jewish funeral parlors and Jewish summer camps.

  • They tried more than a half-dozen restaurants and pizza parlors and found them variously full, out of food, closed for lack of water for washing up, and charging one-eighth of a month's salary for a single pizza.

  • Merchants met clients in their formal parlors.

  • If you think that sounds a little lurid, that's the whole point: These were ripe metropolitan melodramas served up for the genteel piano parlors of the suburbs.

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