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Synonyms for vestibule

Synonyms for vestibule

a large entrance or reception room or area

any of various bodily cavities leading to another cavity (as of the ear or vagina)

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In the vestibule below was a letter-box into which no letter would go, and an electric button from which no mortal finger could coax a ring.
He passed through the vestibule, and then paused for a moment to glance over the empty benches.
There are five, of which the door of the vestibule is the only entrance to the pavilion,--a door always automatically closed, which cannot be opened, either from the outer or inside, except with the two special keys which are never out of the possession of either Daddy Jacques or Monsieur Stangerson.
We'll see later how he got away from The Yellow Room," replied Rouletabille, "but he must have left the pavilion by the vestibule window.
As soon as he found he could not escape by the door of the pavilion his only way out was by the window in the vestibule, unless he could pass through a grated window.
Yes," said Monsieur de Marquet, "but what you have not guessed is that this single window in the vestibule, though it has no iron bars, has solid iron blinds.
Quietly, but with confident courage, Pollyanna ascended the chapel steps, pushed open the door and entered the vestibule.
They alighted and made their way though the crowded vestibules.
Key features include a stained glass doorway leading from the vestibule to the hallway, ceiling coving, fireplaces, bay windows and intricate plaster moulding to the lounge ceiling.
us/safe-schools-week) taking place October 19-25, 2014, it is an appropriate time to take another look at your school security and reiterate the recommendation for interior security vestibules.
During the 1-month blinded phase of the study, the women applied either the lidocaine or the saline to the vulvar vestibule for 3 minutes prior to penetration.
KINGS HEATH WHERE: Ashfield Road, Kings Heath WHAT: Extended Edwardian semi with porch, vestibule, hall, downstairs toilet, dual aspect lounge and dining room, 32'9'' long dining kitchen with triple folding doors to the rear garden patio.
According to the manufacturer, the new size was developed for patients who need a small bite-block but have a deeper vestibule compared to other small-mouthed people.
Enhancing the privacy gradient by creating an entry vestibule is a welcoming touch to the space.