use pavilions in a sentence.
Having mother-daughter writers in separate pavilions is a singular event in the 10-year history of the book festival.
So I embraced Al Islam at his hands and, entering with him, beheld therein pavilions and trees, such as I cannot describe to you.
More than 370 buildings collapsed, including the main pavilions of two major hospitals, scores of government offices, the main studios of the largest the network, Televisa, several tourist hotels and the central telephone switching station that controlled local and long-distance telephone communications for the whole city.
The things they called pavilions, which had been named after the counties of West Virginia, were nothing to sneeze at themselves in the matter of size, with their own kitchens and so forth, and I gathered that the idea was that they offered more privacy at an appropriate price.
These are described as "pavilions with tools for killing oneself daggers, ropes, emblazoned with placards calling for supporters of the insurrection to choose a quick self-imposed death over the eventual capture and dismemberment that would bring greater shame to their families."