noun, plural am·bi·enc·es [am-bee-uh n-siz; French ahn-byahns] /ˈæm bi ən sɪz; French ɑ̃ˈbyɑ̃s/.
Origin of ambience
Definition for ambience (2 of 2)
noun, plural am·bi·anc·es [am-bee-uh n-siz; French ahn-byahns] /ˈæm bi ən sɪz; French ɑ̃ˈbyɑ̃s/.
Origin of ambiance
Examples from the Web for ambience
This week, they launched a review section that will allow users to rate dispensaries on things like “quality” and “ambience.”Colorado Weed Dispensaries Celebrate ‘Green Friday’|Abby Haglage|November 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The food here also is delicious and imaginative, but the ambience is 180-degrees different.
The ambience at the FBI was formal, no nonsense, and strictly business.
The décor is clean and simple and the ambience is bustling and laid back at the same time.
Her collection, which showcased on Fashion Week's opening night, was titled “Ambience—The Land, The Woman, and her Man.”
Page 39 word "lambence" changed to "ambience" (no more than a faint ambience) meaning a faint light.She Knew He Was Coming|Kris Neville