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  • Info A ballroom is a large room inside a building, the designated purpose of which is holding large formal parties called balls. more...
  • Several art shows were held in the third floor ballroom and other parts of the building.
  • Ballrooms that had been closed because of lack of business opened their doors.
  • Also at that time, many large cities like Chicago had large public ballrooms.
  • The fire was only very small when first seen in the Ballroom.
  • The two soon become best friends; they watch films together and go ballroom dancing.
  • Although before that, he studied ballroom dance at the age of five.
  • The ballroom didn't go dark a single night of the week.
  • Throughout the Soviet period the main theater hall was set up a single ballroom space.
  • It was smaller than the present ballroom and occupied the front of the tower complex.
  • There were several major dance numbers added, including a ballroom scene.
  • Traditional military band performances and ballroom dancing are also offered, in addition to various food events.
  • One of the large ballroom-size rooms became her painting studio.
  • For years, the second floor was considered to be one of the best ballrooms in the area.
  • An expansion, which includes a new ballroom, is also part of the project.
  • You must dance in many ballrooms, and make your bow before the great ones of the earth. Cited from Jeanne Of The Marshes, E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • There is a part of the ballroom world dedicated to college students.
  • There are two ballrooms where large groups can gather for special events.
  • Further additions have been made since then, including the recent construction of a ballroom.
  • The hotel features square feet of function space in three ballrooms and fourteen conference rooms.
  • Some of the top bands of the time played in the ballroom.
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Synonyms of ballroom

Meaning of ballroom

  • noun Large room used mainly for dancing