Examples of vestibule in a Sentence
please leave your wet boots in the vestibule
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Housed in what was once the vestibule of the old patent office building, the exhibition showcases a wide assortment of photographs, ephemera and other artifacts dating back to the museums’ 1968 debut.
Or that in the vestibule of the church, tucked away from the street in a nook, behind gates, is a brass diorama meant to honor Vesey and the other founders of the church.
Throughout our dinner, the genial Saeed was a presence in the dining room and vestibule, greeting visitors and striking up conversations.
Underground parking would be provided for residents, and an area inside the building using the original vestibule would be dedicated to telling the story of Nichol's life.
In the video released Monday, two men are seen entering the vestibule of a building, with one appearing to hold a gun.
Already having waved good-bye, my daughter stood with her back to me, paused in the vestibule, awaiting entry.
A small vestibule off the living room leads to two mirror image bedrooms, each with its own bathroom.
Walking inside, the lobby of the restaurant was eerily quite, similar in layout and function to the vestibule of a mid-sized Southern Baptist chapel.
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Origin and Etymology of vestibule
First Known Use: 1726See Words from the same year
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: an entrance hall inside a building
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