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movie theater

noun
1.
a motion-picture theater.
Origin
1910-1915
1910-15
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  • When you decide on a silent film, try to see it in a movie theater.
  • Yes, there is still a drive-in movie theater within a reasonable distance to my house.
  • No cultural survey of the period would be complete without including the iconic drive-in movie theater.
  • The system had been in place a few months when when a tornado threw a car into a movie theater.
  • Three or four more were killed in an attempt to take over a movie theater.
  • If you've been to a movie theater during the last three years, you've no doubt noticed that the volume seems to be rather high.
  • Today this quaint thoroughfare is home to local stores and an independent movie theater.
  • The museum is currently housed in an old movie theater, but has so much material it plans to expand into a larger space.
  • Once a week throughout the summer, the cemetery becomes an outdoor movie theater.
  • HD technology and movie theater broadcasts are changing the way performing arts are produced.

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