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A place where something happens or is set, or that has particular events associated with it.‘her summers were spent in a variety of exotic locales’
place, site, spot, areaView synonyms
- ‘Between locales and places there is a third type of physical space, hybrid space.’
- ‘Now I wonder if any readers know of any sexy streetlights in their own locale?’
- ‘If no family land or cottage is available, you may need to use a bit of creativity to find a locale for your camp.’
- ‘More and more people are discovering that property caretaking can enable them to live in a variety of locales.’
- ‘Larry took a new job earlier this year, and he told me he'd soon be traveling to exotic locales, much as I've been doing the past several months.’
- ‘The rich and the famous celebrate their birthdays at exotic locales.’
- ‘Or it might be trips or conferences in exotic locales, often with a heavy emphasis on play rather than work.’
- ‘But then it turns out that these locales are also dumping zones - oh, the humiliation!’
- ‘Posh residential complexes make the area a prestigious locale, an address one would be proud to possess.’
- ‘What you should expect is a variety of quality based on the locale of the scene.’
- ‘The six training missions take place in a variety of locales including a hospital, a trailer park and a junkyard.’
- ‘He hopes that adding a live music element to the locale will give his venue both novelty and staying power.’
- ‘It's a story that has been repeated in lakeside and oceanfront locales all around the country.’
- ‘The Niger Delta region and culture area is a prime locale for engaging the above questions.’
- ‘Although, his descriptions of individuals and exotic locales would seem effective as monologues as well.’
- ‘Over the weekend, many of the visitors to Jasper and Banff National Park accessed the famed locales free of charge.’
- ‘They're planning the conference in a picturesque locale: University of Victoria.’
- ‘The locale is timeless, exotic and mysterious, and the light moody and evocative.’
- ‘However, these groups generally have to draw on interested persons in your locale or city.’
- ‘All the winners got free tickets sponsored by different airlines to exotic locales and loads of prizes.’
Late 18th century: from French local (noun), respelled to indicate stress on the final syllable; compare with morale.
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