venue

[ ven-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF venue

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VENUE

Western Starr suggested that he arrange for a change of venue.

If you change the venue to Etruria, the same arguments will apply.

Ulick lived at the Maison Felic, but liked a change of menu and venue.

Sismondi was blind to the fact that the venue has been changed altogether.

"Only the venue changed to shipboard," gasped I against the wind.

But the instructor denied my petition for a change of venue.

Attlebury had skilfully shifted the venue and changed the tribunal.

Let us pass over two or three months and change the venue entirely.

The venue must be chosen according as a man proposes to hunt on horse or on foot.

One regrets the change of venue when the story is carried to Paris.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VENUE

location

nounplace of residence or activity
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