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Definition of "townhall" []

  • The chief building in which municipal business is transacted, often with a hall for public meetings (noun)
  • Alternative form of town hall. (noun)

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Use "townhall" in a sentence
  • "Two of those disruptive neo-nincompoops got busted by me after the Cardin townhall - they will not be disruptive again."
  • "The President should have stopped his speach and explained how outburst like the one Rep. Johnson did and the outbursts that take place in townhall meetings are counter productive to any discussion or debate."
  • "I'M GETTING SICK AND TIRED of the right wing nut jobs and their childish behavior, their ranting & raving and threats to congressman in townhall meetings ... and their scare tactics with the whole "just you wait til 2010" crap ... give me a break! the way these racists ignorant idiots are acting, there's no way we're going to allow them to continue holding seats in office!!!"