a room for holding formal interviews or hearings.
The grove was the audience room where one might be in the shade and not too conspicuous in watching him.
In Nesting Time Olive Thorne Miller
From where I was on the barge, all appeared hushed in the audience room.
Borneo and the Indian Archipelago Frank S. Marryat
He was somewhat fearful that this hall would be larger than necessary, but it was the only audience room that he could secure.
The Old World and Its Ways William Jennings Bryan
The rooms are so arranged that at the opening and closing exercises the schoolrooms can be made one audience room.
Seven Graded Sunday Schools Various
We were only permitted to remain a few minutes in the audience room.
Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I Sir Moses Montefiore
I sat down quietly in the back part of the audience room, by the stove.
Introduction to the Science of Sociology Robert E. Park
Neither Regis nor I spoke for a minute after we left the audience room; then, almost as one, we turned to each other.
The Planet Savers Marion Zimmer Bradley
He was greatly relieved to be outside the audience room; the way seemed easy before them now.
The Girl in the Golden Atom Raymond King Cummings
During the conflict the audience room was a wild scene of confusion.
Thirty Years in the Itinerancy Wesson Gage Miller
The pastor of the church began to work earnestly for a reconstruction of the roof, with an enlargement of the audience room.
Silver Chimes in Syria W. S. Nelson
- Audience share
the percentage of households with television sets in use or tuned to a particular station during a specific period of time. Contemporary Examples By 2011 BSkyB outstripped the BBC in terms of cash revenues, if not audience share. James Murdoch Resigns as Chair of BSkyB: The Dynasty Ends Peter Jukes April 2, 2012 Historical Examples […]
the group of spectators at a public event; listeners or viewers collectively, as in attendance at a theater or concert: The audience was respectful of the speaker’s opinion. the persons reached by a book, radio or television broadcast, etc.; public: Some works of music have a wide and varied audience. a regular public that manifests […]
a person in whose mind images, rather than visual or motor images, are predominant or unusually distinct. Historical Examples The audile phenomena were so frequent and so various, that a conspectus of them is given in an appendix. The Alleged Haunting of B—- House Various So that the “mixed type” is the only real type, […]
the process of listening to and comprehending spoken language.