a place for the sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks.
a room or place for general use for a specific purpose:
a dining saloon on a ship.
a large cabin for the common use of passengers on a passenger vessel.
(in a tavern or pub) a section of a bar or barroom separated from the public bar and often having more comfortable furnishings and a quieter atmosphere.
a drawing room or reception room.
(Brit) Also called saloon bar another word for lounge (sense 5)
a large public room on a passenger ship
any large public room used for a specific purpose: a dancing saloon
(mainly US & Canadian) a place where alcoholic drink is sold and consumed
a closed two-door or four-door car with four to six seats US, Canadian, and NZ name sedan
an obsolete word for salon (sense 1)
noun, British. 1. Also, saloon carriage. a railway sleeping, dining, or parlor car similar to a U.S. Pullman. 2. sedan (def 1).
noun 1. a person who owns or operates a saloon.
noun 1. a hot drink prepared originally from salep but later from sassafras, together with milk and sugar. noun 1. an infusion of aromatic herbs or other plant parts, esp salep, formerly used as a tonic or cure
noun 1. a county in W England. 1348 sq. mi. (3490 sq. km). noun 1. a former name (1974–80) of Shropshire