Ambience (noun)

The atmosphere or quality of a place, especially with regard to its atmosphere and perceived emotional tone.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from french ambiance, from ambiant "surrounding", from latin ambire "to go around".

Examples:

  1. The ambience of the restaurant was elegant and romantic.
  2. The lighting and music contributed to the cozy ambience of the cafe.
  3. The ambience at the park was peaceful and serene, with the sound of birds and the rustling of leaves.
  4. Some people find the ambience of a library to be conducive to studying and concentration.
  5. The ambience of the nightclub was loud and energetic, with flashing lights and thumping music.
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