guildhall

noun
guild·​hall | \ˈgild-ˌhȯl \

Definition of guildhall 

: a hall where a guild or corporation usually assembles

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Tent-like market stalls lead to red brick guildhalls. Rick Steves, miamiherald, "Easing into the Netherlands with pickled herring and a polite red-light district | Miami Herald," 29 Mar. 2018 While Haarlem has its fancy old guildhalls and business has reigned here for centuries, the town’s strictly enforced building code assures that the church tower will always dominate the downtown. Rick Steves, miamiherald, "Easing into the Netherlands with pickled herring and a polite red-light district | Miami Herald," 29 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of guildhall

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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