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basilica a large, oblong building of ancient Rome with a series of semicircular apses at one end, used as a public meeting hall or church. [1/2 definitions]
box office the ticket sales office of a theater, concert hall, stadium, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
box seat a seat in a box, usu. offering a better view and some privacy, in a theater, concert hall, stadium, or the like.
cafeteria a dining hall or restaurant in which customers select or are served their food at a counter and carry it on trays to their tables.
chamber an official reception room or meeting hall, esp. of a legislative assembly. [1/6 definitions]
chanson a music-hall or cabaret song, usu. in French or in a French style.
common (pl.) a large dining hall, as at a college. [1/9 definitions]
corridor a hall or passageway between two rows of rooms or compartments. [1/3 definitions]
dais a raised platform, esp. at one end of a meeting hall, for speakers or persons being honored.
dormitory a residential hall, esp. at a college. [1/2 definitions]
durbar an official reception or public audience by an Indian prince or British governor, or the hall in which the reception is held. [1/2 definitions]
foyer an entrance hall; vestibule. [1/2 definitions]
guildhall the hall where a guild or corporation meets; town hall.
Hall of Fame a memorial hall or building dedicated to illustrious or famous persons in a particular profession, sport, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
hall tree a clothes tree, esp. one standing in an entrance hall.
hallway a lobby or entrance hall. [1/2 definitions]
Liberty Bell the bronze bell of Philadelphia's Independence Hall, rung on July 8, 1776, to proclaim the independence of the United States.
lobby a hall or foyer inside the entrance of a hotel, theater, or other large building, often used as a waiting room. [1/5 definitions]
meetinghouse a building, assembly hall, or house used for public meetings or worship, esp. by Quakers.
narthex the entrance hall leading to the nave of a church.
penny arcade a hall or building, esp. in an amusement park, in which various mechanical games, peep shows, and other entertainment devices may be operated for a small sum.