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vestibule

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvestibuleves‧ti‧bule /ˈvestəbjuːl/ noun [countable] formal  1 TBBa space inside the front door of a public building2 American English the space at each end of a railway carriage that connects it with the next carriage
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vestibuleJust inside the vestibule there was coconut matting, and seeing this Mum looked about then began to wipe her feet.He forced the couple into the vestibule of a bank in Brunswick Street where he made them take off their clothing.You enter through a tiny vestibule over which presides a man in uniform.
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