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
On the main floor, the foyer flows into the master suite, and a hallway nook set up as music room could be a home office, Mire said.
Those additions resulted in less-than-optimal exhibit space that was a warren of hallways.
Their cousin, Jordan Blackwell, 18, was talking to his girlfriend on FaceTime walking down the hallway in the Brookhaven, Miss., home.
Dozens of protesters marched through the hallways to the offices of legislative leaders, where other protesters sat outside.
Harrison attributes his ability to elude defenders to his older brothers and a narrow hallway in his childhood home.
The man spoke with the gym teacher and then approached the boy, taking him by the neck into the hallway, according to the lawsuit.
The front door opens onto a small foyer and a hallway with terra-cotta tile flooring that extends through much of the 1,938-square-foot house.
Nursing stations are located in the hallways in the middle of every four rooms to increase interaction between patients and staff.
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First Known Use of hallway
HALLWAY Defined for Kids
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