auditorium[ aw-di-tawr-ee-uh m, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF auditorium
Synonyms for auditorium
- assembly hall
- concert hall
- movie house
- music hall
- opera house
- reception hall
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUDITORIUM
He was running all over the auditorium testing your voice with one of his gadgets.
The laboratory was on the Northern rim of the field, a ten-minute drive from the auditorium.
In the car, during the ride to the auditorium, he did not speak.
They entered the auditorium and stood for a moment looking about the theatre.
She was leaning on the edge of the box, and looking about the auditorium.
Pobloff has been found, they were informed, in a solitary fit, on the floor of the auditorium.
Just as he stepped into the auditorium there was a vigorous round of applause.
He rearranged the lighting of the auditorium to save half a dollar a day.
A deep and tremendous roar, as of thunder, crashed through the auditorium.
And they were delayed in realizing it by a diversion from the other side of the auditorium.