Definition for palladium (2 of 2)
noun, plural Pal·la·di·a [puh-ley-dee-uh] /pəˈleɪ di ə/.
Origin of Palladium
Examples from the Web for palladium
Kurt and Courtney met the second time in May 1991 during an L7 concert at the Palladium in Los Angeles.
He stormed legendary spots like Palladium and Tunnel, and turned them into strobe-lit dens of iniquity.The Party Monster Lives For the Applause: Michael Alig’s Second Act|Caitlin Dickson|February 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To this quality we may ascribe much of his success in conducting the Palladium.Memoir of Rev. Joseph Badger|Elihu G. Holland
The other, an even more honoured possession, was the Stone of Destiny—'the palladium of Scotland.'Sir William Wallace|A. F. Murison
An English judge and an English jury were to him the Palladium of discerning truth.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
It was the palladium of Hatton Hall and was regarded with great honor and affection.The Measure of a Man|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
She then told him of the plans of the Trojans, and where and how the Palladium was to be got.The Story of Troy|Michael Clarke