Noun(1) a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancing
(1) The Japanese geisha waits for her American navy husband's return.(2) Thus from the beginning there was always a firm distinction - in theory, at least - between the courtesans, who had a monopoly on sex, and the geisha , whose job was to entertain.(3) geisha, attracted to the dance, adapted it for use with their clients(4) It tells the story of a girl's life as a geisha that is full of struggle but with a happy ending.(5) Meanwhile in Japan, a geisha is made pregnant by an abusive Englishman, who abandons her.(6) The point is not that he was, but that the geisha can make the dullest, most unattractive, paunchy, middle-aged office worker feel that he is the sexiest man alive.(7) Many Chinese are distrustful of her success in the West and suspicious that she is playing a Japanese geisha in a big Hollywood film.(8) Then someone told her he'd seen the play and had a flashing vision of a Japanese geisha in a similar garden setting.(9) Of all the operas that end in personal tragedy, none is more heartbreaking than the story of a Japanese geisha who renounces her native culture for the love of a feckless American sailor.(10) It's exactly the same attitude, despite all the fascination heaped on them, that people had towards the geisha in Japan.(11) The 11-year-old had tried out her hand in drawing two Japanese geishas .(12) Well, not to be outdone, Tokyo has what you might call guardian geishas .(13) For centuries Japanese geishas have used processed bird droppings to lighten and smooth their skin.(14) The country conjured by this show could not be further from yesterday's Western stereotype of Japan as a land of languid Zen gardens, impeccably trained geishas and flower arranging elevated to the status of high art.(15) Experience traditional Japanese culture in this city and in its Gion district, where the exquisite geishas are trained.(16) The friendly owner tells us about the wooden combmakers of Narai, who once fashioned intricate little combs for the geishas of Kyoto.
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