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auditorium

noun as in room, building for entertainment events

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About an hour later, inside an auditorium underneath the Capitol, Republicans lined up behind microphones to air their views on Cheney — kicking off a meeting that would drag on for hours.

Dean watched workers load the cargo from the Soviet boat onto a train, and asked his colleague if they could somehow grab it during its journey to the auditorium.

The next day, anti-government activist Ammon Bundy and two others were arrested when they refused to leave an auditorium in the Statehouse and another man was arrested when he refused to leave a press area.

The crowd numbered about 200, filling only a quarter of the auditorium.

I’m not sure which book he was reading from when I first met Barry in 1978, as we walked together out of the auditorium at the University of Missouri, where I was in grad school.

Your first big splash was in Cape Fear, and that auditorium scene between you and De Niro is beyond creepy to this day.

A local Dad joked sotto voce to his wife “And afterwards there will be a reception who will be in the auditorium!”

Being a true fan in a convention center, a stadium, an auditorium—that takes dedication, time and money.

There will be 15 auditorium style classrooms, each with a capacity for 700 students.

Yet at my own institute every science program we put on fills up a 3,000-person auditorium with paying members of the public.

The fanfare sounds again, the buzz of conversation is stilled, the lights turned down, and darkness reigns in the auditorium.

In 1883 the interior was entirely remodeled and stained windows put in, thus making a handsome auditorium.

The stage is of good size and well-appointed and the auditorium neat and attractive.

And they were delayed in realizing it by a diversion from the other side of the auditorium.

The point between us was whether Miss Euclid's speeches ought to be clearly audible in the auditorium.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to auditorium, such as: amphitheater, assembly hall, barn, concert hall, hall, and movie house.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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