coliseum[ kol-i-see-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF coliseum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLISEUM
You have called a meeting in the Coliseum to protest against the bread-tax.
The Coliseum, which we meet first, on our right, was bristling with churches.
Look at what Turner will do when his cue is masonry,—in the Coliseum.
None of them spoke until they had reached a safe distance from the Coliseum.
His shelter was the Coliseum or the doorways or desert places of Rome.
"There is an immense number of plants that grow in and upon the Coliseum," said Mr. George.
"They are going to carry them away as souvenirs of the Coliseum, I suppose," said Mr. George.
The Coliseum was built as a place for the exhibition of games and spectacles.
The Coliseum is so large that it covers six acres of ground.
That a sepia photograph of the Coliseum, framed, is a work of art.