Examples of foyer in a Sentence
theatergoers crowded the foyer during the play's intermission
leave your muddy boots in the foyer and come into the house
Recent Examples of foyer from the Web
The elongated winged figure holding a sword was dedicated in the foyer of the Memorial Building on Nov. 11, 1928, ten years after the World War I Armistice.
Double mahogany doors open into the double-height foyer with a polished limestone floor and a grand turning staircase.
From the foyer, the house stretches back in one long sweep with no walls.
The only black focal piece on the first floor is the barn door that opens to the study off the foyer.
Inside, the curved stairway designed by Charles A. Platt swirls giddily out into the foyer before drawing the eyes up, up, up in a spiral to the glowing green Tiffany skylight.
The main room, pictured above, is by Aucapina, and the entry foyer is by CQ Design Studio.
Three arched doorways mark the home's entrance, which leads into a two-story foyer with dual staircases.
Two days before Zahau’s death, the 32-year-old surgical technician was the only adult at the mansion when her boyfriend’s son, 6-year-old Max Shacknai, fell from the second floor into the foyer.
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FOYER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of foyer for English Language Learners
: an open area in a public building (such as a hotel or theater) near the entrance : a lobby or entrance hall
: an open area near the entrance in someone's home
FOYER Defined for Kids
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