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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household, Buildings
hallwayhall‧way /ˈhɔːlweɪ $ ˈhɒːl-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 DHthe area just inside the door of a house or other building, that leads to other rooms syn hall2 TBBa passage in a building or house that leads to many of the rooms syn hall, corridor
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hallwayThey took off their shoes in the front hallway.The rooms are small for so many people; sound carries easily down the front stairwells and inner hallways.Matching moulding I want to get some more moulding to match that in my hallway.A door slammed and footfalls hammered the hallway floor.Coats on hooks in the hallway.The bedsheet white of the hallway was an anxious white I knew by heart.Our communal phone is on the hallway wall by the front door.I watched the hallways for some glimpse of Carolyn passing by.
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