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Use "teahouses" in a sentence
"Curiously enough, while the novel was beginning thus humbly in teahouses, in villages and lowly city streets out of stories told to the common people by a common and unlearned man among them, in imperial palaces it was beginning, too, and in much the same unlearned fashion."
"Dim sum is a tradition of eating small mouthfuls of exquisitely shaped dumplings, noodles, buns, and other little packets, bits and bites of food that are served in teahouses."
"Istanbullus fear the ban will destroy vital mainstays of the Turkish community — specifically, the nargile (water-pipe) cafés and the teahouses."