Definitions for speakeasyˈspikˌi zi

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. speakeasy(noun)

    (during prohibition) an illegal barroom

GCIDE

  1. speakeasy(n.)

    An establishment where alcoholic beverages were sold and drunk illegally, especially one operating during the prohibition era in the U.S. (1920-1932); a tavern or nightclub illegally selling alcoholic beverages.

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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