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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharchwayarch‧way /ˈɑːtʃweɪ $ ˈɑːrtʃ-/ noun [countable]  ROAD/PATHa passage or entrance under an arch or arches He was standing in the archway outside the club.
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archwayIn the distance, the adventurers can see an archway of yellow and green, with running colours and an unpleasant appearance.We passed through an archway to the right and into a wide corridor with rooms opening off at intervals.After breakfast, we proceeded across the main courtyard, a spacious square framed by columns and archways.He hesitated, uncertain, then realized that the archway at the end led on to the balcony above the great hall.Her gaze followed Vitor's through the archway into the living-room.The hallway extended about three feet to the right, where the archway to the living room cut through.
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