corridor

[ kawr-i-der, -dawr, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF corridor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRIDOR

The stenographer was to take his seat in this corridor, just outside one of the windows.

The shades on the corridor windows here will be up, and Garson will see them taken in.

Again, he saw the detective walking forward, out there in the corridor.

His eyes were caught by a figure, the figure of Cassidy, advancing there in the corridor.

The next moment he had opened the door and stepped out into the corridor.

"I take that back," Palmer spoke indolently from the corridor.

The lame girl who played the violin limped down the corridor into the ward.

Outside the wide doors of the corridor the wheel-chairs were arranged in a semicircle.

In the nurses' parlor, a few feet down the corridor, the nurses were at prayers.

In the corridor we were joined by Peggy and the florid young man whom I had seen with her.

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