[ US /ˌkæbɝˈeɪ/ ]
[ UK /kˈæbəɹˌe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. a series of acts at a night club
  2. a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
    the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night
    he played the drums at a jazz club
    don't expect a good meal at a cabaret
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How To Use cabaret In A Sentence

  • In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.
  • Their songs were born to dwell in long-lost cabarets and quaint bars that fall just short of seediness.
  • I am a cabaret artist. The Sun
  • Melvin can turn the depressed joint into a cabaret.
  • Male prostitution became better organized and there were tetki cabarets, restaurants, and bars as well as bathhouses catering to tetki.
  • Although Bell and Abron were charged under state and federal statutes, the city was unable to shutter Diamonds Cabaret or even suspend its business license, though they also found a 17-year-old stripper working at the club in January. Lost Girl
  • Cabaret songs were not the only type of entertainment they were treated to; pantomimes, monologues, and even shadow plays augmented the presentations.
  • They could, perhaps, take comfort from the poster on the hotel's swing doors announcing the following Saturday's cabaret.
  • Two MMC students and a cinema professor go slumming as they lend character and voice to an expressionist painting set in a conspicuously disreputable French cabaret.
  • The demand for his personal appearances in cabaret and after dinner speeches is testimony to his brilliant wit, and his ability to develop right good humour and side-splitting laughter.
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