ballrooms

All Noun
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  • 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.
  • For years, the second floor was considered to be one of the best ballrooms in the area.
  • 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 are two ballrooms where large groups can gather for special events.
  • The hotel features square feet of function space in three ballrooms and fourteen conference rooms.
  • Marriott also wanted to build multiple mid-size meeting rooms rather a few large ballrooms.
  • In the following years, he organized her performances in the grand ballrooms of Italy.
  • In the 19th century, the dance became popular in many ballrooms in different parts of Europe.
  • He worked as a music teacher and played in many ballrooms across Portland.
  • These concerts allowed the band to play far more out and out jazz than it could otherwise do in ballrooms.
  • Soon the band was playing in ballrooms coast to coast.
  • In more recent years, most are at the ballrooms of various hotels throughout the city.
  • Sometimes ballrooms have stages in the front of the room where the host or a special guest can speak.
  • Ballrooms are generally quite large, and may have ceilings higher than other rooms in the same building.
  • The building's ballrooms and other spaces would become common areas.
  • Tomorrow another orchestra will probably make the daily tour of various cities' ballrooms. Cited from Etiquette, by Emily Post
  • They performed in ballrooms all over Iowa and traveled out-of-state as well.
  • He later went on to design many office buildings, theaters, and ballrooms.
  • The conference center contains two large ballrooms, an executive board room and 27 meeting rooms.
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Root form of ballrooms is ballroom for the noun.

Meaning of ballrooms

  • noun Large room used mainly for dancing