Definition of passageway in English:

passageway

Line breaks: pas¦sage|way
Pronunciation: /ˈpasɪdʒweɪ
 
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noun

A long, narrow way, typically having walls either side, that allows access between buildings or to different rooms within a building: her hotel was at the end of a narrow passageway off the main street the palace was full of secret passageways
More example sentences
  • Visitors are instead corralled through a narrow passageway into the uninviting realms of the zoo shop.
  • Gone were the piles of undifferentiated clutter, the narrow passageways, and the mysterious back room.
  • It is small, with a central room surrounding by passageways with terracotta walls.
Synonyms
corridor, hall, passage, hallway, walkway, gangway, aislealley, alleyway, lane, path, pathway, way, footpath, track, trackway, road, thoroughfare; Scottish & Northern Englishginnel, snicket, vennel, wynd, twitten; North Americanareaway; West Indian & UStrace; Indiangully

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