ballroomnoun [ C ]uk /ˈbɔːl.ruːm/ /ˈbɔːl.rʊm/ us /ˈbɑːl.ruːm/ /ˈbɑːl.rʊm/
Examples from literature
- At back double doors open into a corridor which leads to the ballroom.
- But he is quite a young gentleman, and has doubtless had more experience in ballrooms than in bombarded cities.
- But there was also dancing in the ballroom.
- Round and round the ballroom went the seventeen struggling little couples of the Friday Afternoon Dancing Class.
- Soon dinner was over, and the guests began to stray by twos and threes to the ballroom.
- The walls and the ceiling of the great ballroom were of thick but transparent glass.