hippodrome[ hip-uh-drohm ]SEE DEFINITION OF hippodrome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIPPODROME
"I thought we were all going somewhere—to the Hippodrome, Peter," Biddy said.
May I pause for a few moments, and say something about the Hippodrome?
He was to perform at the London Hippodrome, before going to the States.
His installation of “Bridging the Abyss” at the Hippodrome had taken him the whole day.
After a triumphant season at the Hippodrome, he had left for America.
He, after his engagement at the Hippodrome, went off to America; Lily traveled on her part.
His daily success at the Hippodrome did not divert him from the end he had in view.
That dishes the waterspouts at the Hippodrome, the avalanches, everything!
"I went to the Hippodrome with another boy," wept Alexander.
We've got a box at the Hippodrome; you must come and bring your aunt.