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pavilion
used in The Return of the King

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Definition
a large structure separate from a main structure
in various senses, including:
  • a large roofed structure without walls — often found in parks
  • a temporary structure — such as a large tent to house exhibits at a fair, to provide sports facilities, or to put on a show
  • a section of a large hospital or office complex adjacent to other parts
  • The greater number were on the right, where the Firienfeld was wider; and on the left there was a smaller camp, in the midst of which stood a tall pavilion.
    5.3 — Book 5 Chapter 3 — The Muster of Rohan (33% in)
  • Slowly they passed through the short heath and upland grass, speaking no more, until they came to the king's pavilion.
    5.3 — Book 5 Chapter 3 — The Muster of Rohan (38% in)
  • In the inner part of the pavilion was a small space, curtained off with broidered hangings, and strewn with skins: and there at a small table sat Theoden with Eomer and Eowyn, and Dunhere, lord of Harrowdale.
    5.3 — Book 5 Chapter 3 — The Muster of Rohan (42% in)
  • And then Aragorn stood up, and all the host arose, and they passed to pavilions made ready, to eat and drink and make merry while the day lasted.
    6.4 — Book 6 Chapter 4 — The Field of Cormallen (69% in)
  • And there in the midst of the fields they set up their pavilions and awaited the morning; for it was the Eve of May, and the King would enter his gates with the rising of the Sun.
    6.4 — Book 6 Chapter 4 — The Field of Cormallen (**% in)
  • At last an evening came when from the walls the pavilions could be seen upon the field, and all night lights were burning as men watched for the dawn.
    6.5 — Book 6 Chapter 5 — The Steward and the King (50% in)

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