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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpassagewaypas‧sage‧way /ˈpæsɪdʒweɪ/ noun [countable]  x-refa passage(1) He led me down a narrow passageway.
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passagewayThe lobby was like a passageway to a toilet.Risers are another type of duct to create passageways through the building for different types of piping.I wrestled my enormous flight bag through the turns of the dark passageways.We nodded at the mailboxes in, the narrow, tunnel-like passageway leading to the garden.Disabled passengers should travel by Duchesse Anne if possible, instead of Armorique, which has restricted passageways.There must be secret passageways and entrances out of Templecombe.The passageway to the cordoned-off Alsbach canal was wet and dark, and I was glad to have a flashlight.We left the guest house, going through stone-vaulted passageways into the cloister garth.
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