hallway

[ hawl-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF hallway

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALLWAY

This cop that found me in a hallway, he says I must have been give a dose of Peter.

Here, Garson paid the fare, and then helped the girl to alight, and on into the hallway.

At that moment, the son himself entered hurriedly from the hallway.

He was interrupted by the swift swinging open of the hallway door.

In her wrapper she ran out into the hallway and found him descending the stairs.

As soon as Dan had gone Tom blew out his light and slipped into the hallway.

As he got to the foot of the stairs, two men came into the hallway from the street.

“I will call him up,” she decided, and disappeared in the hallway.

Boys from the rooms along the hallway were going to the lecture.

There were no letters for him on the board in the hallway, and he sauntered up to the Strand.

WORD ORIGIN

1877, American English, from hall + way.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HALLWAY

passages

nounpath for travel
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