What is another word for kiosk?

Pronunciation: [kˈiːɒsk] (IPA)

A kiosk is a small, standalone structure that is often used for selling goods or providing services. Synonyms for the word "kiosk" include booth, stall, stand, gazebo, pavilion, cabin, hut and arbor. Some of these synonyms like booth, stall and stand are commonly used in outdoor markets while others like gazebo and pavilion are often used in outdoor events. Cabins and huts can also be used as kiosks, a typical example being ticket booths at a park or amusement center. Arbors, on the other hand, are often used in gardens or outdoor spaces to create a sheltered space or a shaded seating area.

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What are the hyponyms for Kiosk?

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Usage examples for Kiosk

It was a small kiosk, built upon a projecting rock that looked down upon the Bosphorus and the city, and had evidently, from the extended views it presented, been selected as the spot to build upon.
"The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
Scarcely was the last cheer dying away in the distance, when the door of the kiosk opened, and a negro dressed in white muslin appeared, his arms and ancles bearing those huge rings of massive gold, which only persons of rank distinguish their servants by.
"The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
The little kiosk on the hill, at the top of a beautiful garden, was very tempting, too, and after a few hours' consideration I hired it for the season, with that fine disregard for consequences which one learns in the East.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford

Famous quotes with Kiosk

  • I'm standing in line. I got a first class ticket. And I get up to the front of the line and there isn't anybody there. It's just a kiosk with a computer terminal. And I'm not good at computers. And I don't wanna touch this thing, 'cause it's got grease and dirt and what I only is meringue.
    Ron White

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