A Commentary, Critical, Practical, and Explanatory on the Old and New Testaments, by Robert Jamieson, A.R. Fausset and David Brown  at sacred-texts.com
pro 9:1The commendation of wisdom is continued, under the figure of a liberal host, and its provisions under that of a feast (compare Luk 14:16-24). The character of those who are invited is followed by a contrasted description of the rejectors of good counsel; and with the invitations of wisdom are contrasted the allurement of the wicked woman. (Pro. 9:1-18)
house--(compare Pro 8:34).
her--or, "its" (the house).
seven pillars--the number seven for many, or a sufficiency (Pro 6:31).
pro 9:2mingled--to enhance the flavor (Pro 23:30; Isa 5:22).
furnished--literally, "set out," "arranged."
pro 9:3maidens--servants to invite (compare Psa 68:11; Isa 40:9).
highest places--ridges of heights, conspicuous places.
pro 9:4(Compare Pro 1:4; Pro 6:32). Wisdom not only supplies right but forbids wrong principles.
pro 9:7shame--(Compare Pro 3:35).
a blot--or, "stain on character." Both terms denote the evil done by others to one whose faithfulness secures a wise man's love.
pro 9:9The more a wise man learns, the more he loves wisdom.
pro 9:10(Compare Pro 1:7).
of the holy--literally, "holies," persons or things, or both. This knowledge gives right perception.
pro 9:11(Compare Pro 3:16-18; Pro 4:10).
pro 9:12You are mainly concerned in your own conduct.
pro 9:13foolish woman--or literally, "woman of folly," specially manifested by such as are described.
clamorous--or, "noisy" (Pro 7:11).
knoweth nothing--literally, "knoweth not what," that is, is right and proper.
pro 9:14on a seat--literally, "throne," takes a prominent place, impudently and haughtily.
pro 9:15to allure those who are right-minded, and who are addressed as in Pro 9:4, as
simple--that is, easily led (Pro 1:4) and unsettled, though willing to do right.
pro 9:17The language of a proverb, meaning that forbidden delights are sweet and pleasant, as fruits of risk and danger.
pro 9:18(Compare Pro 2:18-19; Pro 7:27).