Part of speech: noun

A wide gallery or passage in a building.

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Usage examples "corridor":

  1. But nobody can come up it, and through the Council Chamber, and along the corridor to the Mayor's Parlour without first coming through Bunning's rooms, that's flat. - "In the Mayor's Parlour", J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher.
  2. Just walk down the corridor to the door, please, open it and go. - "In And Out", Edgar Franklin.
  3. Take me along the corridor, dear, I'm afraid to go alone. - "The King's Mirror", Anthony Hope.