noun, plural pa·vil·lons [French pa-vee-yawn]. /French pa viˈyɔ̃/. Music.
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The first saloon of the Pavillon Marsan was nearly empty; a few persons entered in succession, and seemed embarrassed.Memoirs To Illustrate The History Of My Time|Franois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
It is practically nothing more than what the French would call a pavillon, and is known as the Unterpfaar, the lower parish.The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine|Francis Miltoun
The north-eastern bastion was known as that of the Standard, or Pavillon.Three Frenchmen in Bengal|S.C. Hill
No. 48 was the well-known dancing-hall, Pavillon de lchiquier, before and under the Directoire.Historic Paris|Jetta S. Wolff
The Tuileries burnt for three days, and ten days afterwards the ruins blazed forth anew near the Pavillon de Flore.Paris under the Commune|John Leighton