a writing or dressing table having a central set of compartments that rise when drop leaves are raised.
noun 1. a street in London, England: noted for the eminent doctors who have offices there. /ˈhɑːlɪ/ noun 1. a street in central London famous for its large number of medical specialists’ consulting rooms
[hahr-lin-juh n] /ˈhɑr lɪn dʒən/ noun 1. a city in S Texas.
[hahr-luh t] /ˈhɑr lət/ noun 1. a prostitute; whore. /ˈhɑːlət/ noun 1. a prostitute or promiscuous woman adjective 2. (archaic) of or like a harlot n. c.1200 (late 12c. in surnames), “vagabond, man of no fixed occupation, idle rogue,” from Old French herlot, arlot “vagabond, tramp” (usually male in Middle English and Old French), with […]
[hahr-luh-tree] /ˈhɑr lə tri/ noun 1. . n. late 14c., “loose, crude, or obscene behavior; sexual immorality; ribald talk or jesting,” from harlot + -ry.