- a theater devoted chiefly to operas.
- Older Use. a theater, especially a large, ornate one.
Origin of opera house
Related Words for opera houseopera
Examples from the Web for opera house
Historical Examples of opera house
In 1876, for the first time, 'Les Huguenots' was given at the opera-house.The Roof of France
She had not seen that light in his face since the memorable June afternoon in the Opera-house.Stories of a Western Town
She said you went to this opera-house, wherever it was, and saw her there.Kent Knowles: Quahaug
Joseph C. Lincoln
I left the opera-house and told my footman to call my carriage.
As I was leaving the opera-house I saw Therese getting into her sedan-chair.
- a theatre designed for opera