Definition of hallway
1 : an entrance hall
2 : corridor 1
Examples of hallway in a Sentence
Her office is at the end of the hallway.
I'll meet you in the front hallway.
Recent Examples of hallway from the Web
In the master suite, a hallway hosts clear glass lantern lighting and three wall panels showing a picture of the sea and clouds.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s Capitol hallways looked deserted Wednesday, even though the state is nearly a week into the new fiscal year without a complete budget.
The rampage set the hospital on a frantic race to treat its own, even as the gunman continued to pump bullets into crowded hallways.
Grahl chucked at the memory of makeshift games with mini sticks in hotel hallways during traveling youth tournaments.
With his U.S.-citizen wife of two years, Alexis Motino, watching, federal agents arrested Julian Motino in a hallway of the federal building in Downtown Cincinnati.
The Seattle police have been releasing video and audio files online throughout the week, including the 911 call and a video recording from her hallway.
Tony Brooks, 42, from Philadelphia, was one was of the 60 or so people with disabilities who crowded the hallway around McConnell’s office to lobby the senators to not cut Medicaid funding.
A time stamp on a segment of the hallway surveillance video previously released by the department indicates fewer than three minutes passed between when the officers walked into the apartment and shots were fired.
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First Known Use of hallway
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