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Synonyms for gallery

exhibition room

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  • exhibition room
  • museum
  • display room

upper circle

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Synonyms for gallery

spectators at a golf or tennis match

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a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enclosed)

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a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited

a long usually narrow room used for some specific purpose

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a covered corridor (especially one extending along the wall of a building and supported with arches or columns)

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narrow recessed balcony area along an upper floor on the interior of a building

a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) passageway in a mine

References in classic literature ?
Along one side of the room ran a narrow gallery, a few feet from the floor; into which gallery the cattle were driven by men with goads which gave them electric shocks.
Waldengarver, "that there was a man in the gallery who endeavoured to cast derision on the service - I mean, the representation?
Those who occupied the gallery to whom this injurious and unpolite speech was addressed, were the family of Cedric the Saxon, with that of his ally and kinsman, Athelstane of Coningsburgh, a personage, who, on account of his descent from the last Saxon monarchs of England, was held in the highest respect by all the Saxon natives of the north of England.
They made signs for me to come down from the rock, and go towards the shore, which I accordingly did; and the flying island being raised to a convenient height, the verge directly over me, a chain was let down from the lowest gallery, with a seat fastened to the bottom, to which I fixed myself, and was drawn up by pulleys.
Had it not been for her I do not think I should have noticed that the floor of the gallery sloped at all.
Mazarin had left his lamp in the gallery to make people believe that he was walking about, but he had with him a waxlight, to help him to explore his mysterious strong box.
For God's sake, abbe, do not stop, -- it is not necessary to enable you to listen; walk on, carrying your head in a natural way, and as you have an excellent sight, place yourself at the window, and if any one returns towards the gallery, give us notice by coughing.
I am a physician and was requested--five minutes ago--to come and visit a sick man at George's Shooting Gallery.
The gallery was terminated by folding doors, which Miss Tilney, advancing, had thrown open, and passed through, and seemed on the point of doing the same by the first door to the left, in another long reach of gallery, when the general, coming forwards, called her hastily, and, as Catherine thought, rather angrily back, demanding whether she were going?
In the middle of the hall, backed against the western wall, a large and magnificent gallery draped with cloth of gold, into which enter in procession, through a small, arched door, grave personages, announced successively by the shrill voice of an usher.
He walked up the steps of the National Gallery and sat down in the first room, so that he should see her the moment she came in.
Afterwards he ventured out upon the little hanging gallery with the solitary sentinel.
Please step into the gallery, your excellency," said the major-domo.
This is a country of superstitions and fancies, you know; but sometimes when I have been alone in the picture gallery with all that long line of dark faces looking down upon me from the walls, I have felt like an interloper.
Pickup," said Dick, familiarly throwing open a door, and pushing me into a kind of gallery beyond.