billiard saloon

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Noun1.billiard saloon - a room in which billiards is playedbilliard saloon - a room in which billiards is played
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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What were you doing, sir, up in that billiard saloon?"
"Begging your pardon, ma'am, it wasn't a billiard saloon, but a gymnasium, and I was taking a lesson in fencing."
Snooker players will remember Burroughs & Watts Ltd and the Castle Billiard Saloon. Other memorable Hill Street shops include Bowles & Son the tobacconist, Hector Powe the tailor and Thomas Cook the travel agent.
The picture hall was to be called the Oxford, with a dance hall, restaurant, billiard saloon and tea rooms; the plans survive in the Tyne and Wear Archives.
The Oxford dance hall and billiard saloon was built in 1921 and by the 1950s was one of the most popular ballrooms in the country.
There was also the head prefect and the victor ludorum, and then there was the very local boy, modest as ever, as well liked in the billiard saloon as the chapel - it is not difficult to imagine him as the leading light in chapel, fond eyes gazing upon him from every pew.
outside business premises [four shops], skating rink, billiard saloon, club rooms, baths, hairdressing saloons, cafe Francaise and oyster saloons ...