/ (ˈkɜːzəl) /
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a public room at a health resort
an amusement park at a seaside or other resort
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Word Origin for kursaal
from German, literally: cure room
Words nearby kursaal
Kuropatkin, Kurosawa, Kuroshio, Kuroshio Current, kurrajong, kursaal, Kursk, Kurt, kurta, kurtosis, kuru
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How to use kursaal in a sentence
He left the Kursaal, and joined the dense throng that made a double stream under the Promenade lamps.
For size alone, apart from any other consideration, the dancing-hall of the Llanyglo Kursaal is one of the wonders of the North.
From the Kursaal Gardens came a noise that presently the ear ceased to hear, so steady and monotonous was it.
It took a whole tree to carry the flag over the Kursaal Dancing Rooms there.
That evening, in the gardens of the Kursaal, he renewed acquaintance with Angela Vivian.Confidence|Henry James