passages[ pas-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF passages
Synonyms for passages
- entrance hall
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASSAGES
She came up to me, and repeated all these passages with tears.
We are at work not on the truth of passages, but solely on their meaning.
But others argue that these passages are only translations from the Greek.
For other passages containing the comedy of "peering," v. Bac.
Passages taken at haphazard will suffice to establish my contention.
Both our passages were pleasant, and give me nothing to relate.
Mrs Merdle, during these passages, said little to Fanny, but said more about her.
They were as if linked together, parted merely by the narrowest of passages.
Mr. Stryver had left them in the passages, to shoulder his way back to the robing-room.
The passages were crowded, and there were people even on the stage.