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Definitions of dais in various dictionaries:
noun - a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
A raised platform, as in a lecture hall, for speakers or honored guests.
noun - a raised platform
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Place for a throne|
|Place for a lecture|
|Stand in ceremony?|
|Place of honor|
|Place for 39-Across|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|It's a raised platform for a lectern|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A raised platform, as in a lecture hall, for speakers or honored guests.|
|a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it|
|a raised surface at one end of a meeting room that someone can stand on when speaking to a group|
|A low platform for a lectern or throne.|
|a low platform for a lectern or throne.|
|a midwife or wet nurse.|
A dais or daïs ( or ) is any raised platform located either inside or outside a room or enclosure, often for dignified occupancy, as at the front of a lecture hall or sanctuary.|
* Historically, the dais was a part of the floor at the end of a medieval hall, raised a step above the rest of the room. On this the Master of the household or assembly (as it might be, the lord of the manor, Master of a College, Fraternity or Conventual house) dined with his senior associates and guests at the High Table, while the general company occupied the lower area of the room. In medieval halls there was generally a deep recessed bay window at one or at each end of the dais, supposed to be for retirement or greater privacy than the open hall could afford. The dais area often had its own doorway for admission from the Master's chambers, while access for the generality was from a doorway into the main area of the hall.
* At military parades, the dais is the raised, sometimes covered, platform from where the