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Miserably
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Miserably: In a miserable unhappily calamitously wretchedly meanly. They were miserably entertained. Sir P. Sidney. The fifth was miserably stabbed to death. South.
Music festival
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Music festival: Event with musical performances and entertainment
Music hall
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Music hall: A place for public musical entertainments specif. (Eng.), esp. a public hall for vaudeville performances, in which smoking and drinking are usually allowed in
Musical
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Musical: Music. [Obs.] To fetch home May with their musical. Spenser. A social entertainment of which music is the leading feature a musical party. [Colloq.]
Nautch
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Nautch: An entertainment consisting chiefly of dancing by professional dancing (or Nautch) girls. [India]
News section
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News section: Section in a newspaper that contains the news (as opposed to the entertainment section or any other section)
Night club
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Night club: Establishment of late night entertainment (offering food, drink, music, and dancing)
Night life
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Night life: Activity that happens at night, entertainment that happens at night
Nightclub
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Nightclub: Establishment of late night entertainment (offering food, drink, music, and dancing)
Nightspot
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Nightspot: Night club, place for eating drinking and entertainment
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