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

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Ruth hurried through her dessert and left the dining hall ahead of most of the girls.

Ruth Fielding At CollegeAlice B. Emerson

On entering the dining hall their carriage is grave and demure, and they take their seats in regular order.

The Gates of IndiaThomas Holdich

During the surprise, Kriemhilde quietly enters the dining hall of the royal castle where the great heroes are already assembled.

He faced the two-story main building, the dining hall at ground level, the beds that slept six or more upstairs.

The Association had erected two long buildings, one for a tenement house and the other for a dining hall.

Two large tables in the dining hall were kept replenished with refreshments, of which nearly all who called partook.

Then we walked back through the dining hall, down the hallway, and out the door.

Not till Flix comes to her in the chamber above the dining hall—there where that trumpet vine hangs—comes to say good-by to her.

Bayou FolkKate Chopin

Her progress through the dining hall and the stalls was imperial in its command.

A Bed of RosesW. L. George

Oh, yes, we are fearfully late, and the others have gone into the dining hall.

WORDS RELATED TO DINING HALL

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