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noun as in hallway

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In other instances, naked detainees were hooded and dragged up and down corridors while subject to physical abuse.

But for Carter, this is a capstone to a career spent in the decidedly unsexy corridors of Pentagon power.

“The Russian army would be needed on the ground to keep security for humanitarian corridors,” Kavtaradze said.

Given the ease with which he moves through the corridors of power, one might wish that Kennedy would use his time wisely.

So they started moving in on the Juárez “plaza,” as the drug corridors are called.

Fearing to lose his way, he bawls over the banister, and through the corridors, “Is any one there?”

She lost herself in the interminable corridors and finally ran into Elton Gwynne.

The Catacombs consist essentially of two parts—corridors and chambers, or cubicula.

The corridors are long, narrow and intricate passages, forming a complete underground net-work.

Following the nawab he traversed many corridors and chambers and ultimately reached an apartment in which Chumru was seated.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corridors, such as: aisle, passage, passageway, foyer, lobby, and hall.

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