A raised platform, as in a lecture hall, for speakers or honored guests. (noun)
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Use "daïs" in a sentence
"Â Do you think the placement of this dais is a coincidence?"
"KT -- the online version itself omitted my own inclusion among the ranks of dragon ladies, so the dais is going to be positively aflame!"
"Many kicho were arranged along the east side of the Queen's dais from the inner room to the veranda."