The Austrians had to endure this sort of rejection in Ballrooms.
Fields blossomed with flowers; ballrooms swirled; streets seethed.
I was meant for laughter and joy, flashing lights, and the splendors of ballrooms.
Somehow she had never associated him with ballrooms and social frivolities.
I know you better, Lady Marion, for those five minutes spent here than I should have done during a century in ballrooms.
What are those young people doing, dancing the nights away in ballrooms and roof-gardens, season after season, year after year?
The reception rooms, concert hall, and ballrooms were crowded with fashion and beauty.
Her lofty, and restless, and soaring spirit pined for a sphere of action, and ballrooms and boudoirs met it on every side.
That the use of French chalk shall be abandoned in ballrooms, and dancing given up altogether, except on village greens.
But he is quite a young gentleman, and has doubtless had more experience in ballrooms than in bombarded cities.