booth /ˈbuθ, ||ˈbuð/
1. A house or shed built of boards, boughs, or other slight materials, for temporary occupation.
2. A covered stall or other temporary structure in a fair, or market, or at a polling place.
n 1: a table (in a restaurant or bar) surrounded by two
2: small area set off by walls for special use [syn: cubicle,
3: United States actor and assassin of President Lincoln
(1838-1865) [syn: John Wilkes Booth]
4: a small shop at a fair; for selling goods or entertainment
a hut made of the branches of a tree. In such tabernacles Jacob
sojourned for a season at a place named from this circumstance
Succoth (Gen. 33:17). Booths were erected also at the feast of
Tabernacles (q.v.), Lev. 23:42, 43, which commemorated the abode
of the Israelites in the wilderness.