noun as in casino
That is, not in a dance hall or behind the bar or even as a Rennie.
If the police determine that a place of business is a dance hall and is not registered, the owners can be arrested.
His plans included construction of a boardwalk, dance hall, and eight boarding houses, but the city soon stopped the project.
“I just wanted the feel of a Southern dance hall,” Jacobs said of his show in September.
She looked like a dance-hall hostess from one of those joints where everything goes so long as you keep time to the music.
She felt dimly the difference between the hot air of the dance-hall and the warm air out of doors.
An English "duchess" being thrown out of a dance-hall in Paris.
Across the way there was a dance hall with dancing going on upon the three floors of the hall.
A few doors below, and on the same side of the street, is the dance-hall that was Bose King's-.
On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dance hall, such as: bank, club, clubhouse, dive, hall, and honky-tonk.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.