theaters[ thee-uh-ter, theeuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF theaters
Synonyms for theaters
- assembly hall
- concert hall
- movie house
- opera house
- show hall
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THEATERS
The death rate had increased threefold; the theaters were converted into hospitals.
Henry, at my request, procured seats for us at one of the London theaters.
No theaters, cinema shows but three nights a week, and this an off night.
In my time one saw them at parties, theaters, balls, and promenades every day.
A few found employment as porters in barber shops and theaters.
The smallest of the theaters is said to have been comic, tho I should doubt.
Acadia, Lake Champlain, the Ohio,—these are to be the theaters of the contest.
"Yes, but what about the theaters and operas," Judy began hotly.
You want pictures, statues, fine music, theaters—all such things.
A few days of shopping and theaters, and he began to grow homesick.