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honky-tonk

n.1.a cheap drinking and dancing establishment; a cheap and tawdry nightclub.
2.A district in which honky-tonks{1} are found.
a.1.Pertaining to or resembling a honky-tonk.
2.(Music) Pertaining to a style of ragtime piano music having a melody embellished with chords and syncopated rhythms, accompanied by a bass in strict two-four or four-four time. It is often played on an upright piano having its strings muffled to produce a tinny sound; as, a honky-tonk piano.
Noun1.honky-tonk - a cheap drinking and dancing establishment
Synonyms: barrelhouse
bar, barrelhouse, barroom, ginmill, saloon, taproom
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