Examples of vestibule in a Sentence
please leave your wet boots in the vestibule
Recent Examples of vestibule from the Web
The major loss is Pope’s circular music room, with its skylight, narrow vestibules, and classical arch pediments.
Hope Coleman witnessed a Boston police officer shoot her son, 31-year-old Terrence J. Coleman, in the vestibule of her South End apartment on Oct. 30, 2016.
The hood on my rain jacket flapped over my head like a loose tent vestibule.
A few months later, with cameras in tow, Bruce was guided into a footman’s vestibule at Windsor, down through a trap door hidden under rugs in front of the fireplace and into an ancient sally port, basically a secret escape route from the castle.
Now the primary entrance is a glass vestibule with terrazzo floors.
His next criticism involved Gammella's plan to add a separate, south vestibule to the community center for mayor's court access.
Under this proposal, all schools would have similar vestibule entrances.
Thompson then collapsed into the arms of attorney Benjamin Crump and was led away from the podium, the sound of her crying echoing through the main vestibule of Sacramento City Hall.
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Origin and Etymology of vestibule
First Known Use: 1726See Words from the same year
VESTIBULE Defined for English Language Learners
: an entrance hall inside a building
VESTIBULE Defined for Kids
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