- (in Britain) the hall built or used by a guild or corporation for its assemblies; town hall.
Origin of guildhall
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Examples from the Web for guildhall
The Queen walked from Windsor Castle to the Guildhall with the Duke of Edinburgh.Queen's Windsor Walkabout
April 30, 2012
The trial was held in the Guildhall at Chichester, on January 11th, 1804.Highways & Byways in Sussex
The original is the property of the Corporation and is kept in the Guildhall Library.The History of London
Their Majesties had accepted an invitation to dine at Guildhall on the 9th of November.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay
George Otto Trevelyan
Can it be commemorated in the name of the Guildhall which then fronted Aldermanbury?
The two great windows in the Guildhall have also memories of the deepest interest.
- the hall of a guild or corporation
- a town hall
- Also: gildhall the meeting place of a medieval guild
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