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Word: ambience

Definition: environment; atmosphere; Ex. restraurant with a pleasant ambience; ADJ. ambient: completely surrounding; Ex. ambient temperature


Sentences Containing 'ambience'

"Morning View" features a variety of styles: ambience, aggression, and groove.
Also, all the songs in the top 10 were happy and positive, as was the general ambience and theme of the Festival. Juanito's song, "Caballo De Palo," was the only song that was slow and sad.
At the playbacks, I decided I was really liking what I was hearing — it had a different ambience.
Horace Walpole coined the term "gloomth" to describe the ambience of great ancient buildings which he recreated in the Gothic revival of his house, Strawberry Hill, and novel, "The Castle of Otranto".
In the "Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop", Ian McFarlane described the album as "combined airy ambience with melancholy pop".
PVR opened cinema halls in Ambience Mall, Gurgaon in 2007 named "PVR Ambience Premier" as India's first 2K Dolby Digital Multiplex with five Premier Class auditoria and two Gold Class auditoria.
The mall is placed between the luxury mall DLF Emporio, and Ambience mall.

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