foyer

[ foi-er, foi-ey; French fwa-yey ]SEE DEFINITION OF foyer
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My heart was heavy, though, as I went back to the foyer, where I had left my hat.

The rehearsals began in the foyer, which troubled me very much.

She clucked at the sight of the pool of water he was creating in her foyer.

At that moment Yoga Rama came into the foyer, and he was accused by us of having been able to see.

Something had whisked past the archway leading into the foyer.

A one-step was just over, and the dancers were crowding the foyer.

In the foyer of the hotel he sat down as if waiting for somebody.

There were only two other doors leading from the foyer, and both of them were closed.

"Now, then," he said, leading the way up the foyer into the theatre.

When he is being played, many of us have to rush away and saunter in the foyer.

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