What is another word for cabaret?

916 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ kˈabəɹˌe͡ɪ], [ kˈabəɹˌe‍ɪ], [ k_ˈa_b_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ]

Cabaret is a term that is often associated with musical performances and entertainment venues. However, there are several synonyms for the word that can be used to describe similar types of performances and venues. One such synonym is "club," which refers to a place where people can gather to socialize and enjoy music or other forms of entertainment. Another synonym for cabaret is "revue," which typically refers to a theatrical performance that features a series of short acts and sketches. Other synonyms for cabaret include "nightclub," "lounge," "speakeasy," and "vaudeville house." All of these words can be used to describe a variety of establishments and performances that offer entertainment and socialization opportunities to their patrons.

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Usage examples for Cabaret

Now and again he passed a small cabaret brightly lit and merry with a noise of talk and laughter that warmed his heart for a moment.
"The Blue Pavilions"
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
It was simply this-a most unfortunate propensity to talk of the wrong place, person, or time, in any society he found himself; and this taste for the mal apropos, extended so far, that no one ever ventured into company with him as his friend, without trembling for the result; but even this, I believe his only fault, resulted from the natural goodness of his character and intentions; for, believing as he did, in his honest simplicity, that the arbitrary distinctions of class and rank were held as cheaply by others as himself, he felt small scruple at recounting to a duchess a scene in a cabaret, and with as little hesitation would he, if asked, have sung the "Cruiskeen lawn," or the "Jug of Punch," after Lablanche had finished the "Al Idea," from Figaro.
"The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
But to cry out such information to those Broadway crowds which seek a few hours' fun before they go to the next lobster palace or to the nearest cabaret cannot possibly serve social hygiene.
"Psychology and Social Sanity"
Hugo Münsterberg

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