gallery

Part of speech: noun

An elevated floor, commonly furnished with seats, along the side of an audience room.

Part of speech: noun

A corridor; a place for the display of statues, paintings, etc.

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Usage examples "gallery":

  1. Morland pointed upwards, where, at the west end of the church, ran a small gallery. - "The Head Girl at the Gables", Angela Brazil.
  2. You and I will be up in the gallery, or somewhere, and no one will see us. - "Bob the Castaway", Frank V. Webster.
  3. Such is the one subject of my picture- gallery. - "Rome in 1860", Edward Dicey.