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concert hall

noun as in auditorium

noun as in music hall

noun as in opera house

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The sounds are less mechanical and more lush, more concert hall than dance floor.

Crowds of schoolchildren and parents dressed for the occasion poured into a concert hall in the afternoon.

Television has gone high tech with big screens, crystal-clear pictures, and concert-hall audio.

An absentee father is loitering about with his son and namesake, Mason Jr., at a deserted concert hall.

The Daily Pic: In 1942, Mies van der Rohe designed a concert hall around a plane factory's bones.

And the whole scene was all bathed in spring sunlight, which the birds, delighting in, made into a vast concert hall.

This shed was town-hall, concert-hall, general purposes hall, and theatre thrown into one.

Andrea was looking out for her at the door of the concert-hall.

At the close of one convivial session Artemus went to a concert-hall, the "Melodeon," blacked his face, and delivered a speech.

Our soap workers' local in every city has its own theatre and concert hall and lecture bureau, and publishes its own magazine.

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On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concert hall, such as: amphitheater, assembly hall, barn, hall, movie house, and music hall.

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