- a large room, as in a hotel or resort, with a polished floor for dancing.
Origin of ballroom
Related Words for ballroomauditorium, ballroom, arena, theater, gymnasium, amphitheater, lounge, chamber, church, gallery, gym, salon, casino, mart, armory, lyceum, refectory, stateroom, hall, hippodrome
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Contemporary Examples of ballroom
A few minutes after Christie finished up, it looked like there had been a fire drill in the ballroom.Sympathy for the Devils: Scenes From the Social Conservative Collapse
June 21, 2014
Malala Yousafzai accepted the first Global Citizen Award to what must be the longest standing ovation that ballroom has ever seen.Malala, Bloomberg Honored At The CGI Global Citizen Awards
September 26, 2013
Here, she kept things classy on The Tonight Show, merely telling Leno about the ballroom dance she was learning.‘The Tonight Show’ Fight: Howard Stern vs. Jay Leno
The Daily Beast Video
March 20, 2013
After she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award, the ballroom went completely silent.
The night started with celebrities barreling through the ballroom door, relieved that the E!
Historical Examples of ballroom
As we entered the ballroom, her eyes were wistful, searching, yet not expecting to find.It Happened in Egypt
C. N. Williamson
They struck almost in the middle of the ballroom floor and burst.Frank Roscoe's Secret
I made three turns of the ballroom (she waltzes surprisingly well).A Hero of Our Time
M. Y. Lermontov
And all the time there came the sounds of the band, with the "Tra-la-la" from the ballroom below.The Christian
Yet as they went the adjutant's eyes raked the ballroom in quest of his wife.The Snare
- a large hall for dancing