"By a Captain, in a house of ill-fame," said the priest, interrupting the penitent.
He was fully convinced that Estelle was in a house of ill-fame in that city.
The outworks consisted of all the saloons, gaming hells, and houses of ill-fame in the City of New York.
When only fourteen he frequented houses of ill-fame, where he played the bully.
This man, "Hellfire Tom," lived before his conversion in a house of ill-fame.
He breathed the atmosphere of low wine-shops, houses of ill-fame.
She also was sent away, and drifted at last into a house of ill-fame, and died in a hospital before she was twenty years of age.
The town was, however, forever relieved of its ill-fame after 1822.
Hence it is not astonishing that in the South American houses of ill-fame there are so many Russian girls.
No breath of ill-fame had ever reached her mother's name before.