opera house

noun
1.
a theater devoted chiefly to operas.
2.
Older Use. a theater, especially a large, ornate one.

Origin:
1710–20

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opera house
 
n
a theatre designed for opera

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Example sentences
The town boasted churches, baseball teams and even an opera house.
And they control for local economic conditions at the time of construction of
  the opera house.
The hotel continues to provide upscale accommodations, and the opera house is a
  thriving entertainment venue.
Looked good from the big coat hanger overlooking the opera house.
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