forum[ fawr-uh m, fohr-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF forum
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The three stones were set up to keep chariots out of the forum.
It is the modern substitute for the forum of the old Roman town.
This forum of the people was shaded by a sextette of well-grown elms.
Forum, the place of general assembly in a Roman city, as the Agora was in a Greek.
"Thou shalt burn in the Forum for this," spluttered the Judge.
It is just to suppose that the clamour of the tribes in the forum had little to do with his elevation.
He will flatter no tribe no section in the forum or in the market-place.
Not for nothing had he been trained to speak in the Forum before men.
Leave the forum, the palaestra, the race-course, and gymnasium?
We are subject, as Bacon said, not only to "idols of the forum," but also to "idols of the den."