Definitions for speakeasyˈspikˌi zi

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

speak•eas•yˈspikˌi zi(n.)(pl.)-eas•ies.

  1. a place selling alcoholic beverages illegally, esp. during Prohibition.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of speakeasy:

1885–90, Amer.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. speakeasy(noun)

    (during prohibition) an illegal barroom

Wiktionary

  1. speakeasy(Noun)

    An illegal saloon or tavern operated during the American Prohibition period in the 1920s.

Freebase

  1. SpeakEasy

    SpeakEasy was a United States military project to use software-defined radio technology to make it possible to communicate with over 10 different types of military radios from a single system.

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