dining-hall


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  • noun

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a large room at a college or university

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The several big palaces I had explored were mere living places, great dining-halls and sleeping apartments.
And now," continued the Emperor, "you must all go to your rooms and prepare for dinner, which will presently be served in the grand tin dining-hall.
They were shown to their rooms and permitted to make such toilets as they could, and soon they assembled again in the grand tin dining-hall, even Toto being present.
Plays were acted in halls, in the dining-halls of the great or in the guild halls belonging to the various trades.