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Synonyms for aisle

rolling in the aisles

Synonyms for aisle

a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)

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passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores

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part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns

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Alicia said she first contacted Ryanair through its online service as a precaution, to request an aisle seat near a toilet, but was met with what she described as a 'scripted reply'.
The Federal Aviation Administration says there is no "best" seat on planes, but many people believe that sitting in the rear of a plane, in an aisle seat, is the safest place to be.
aisle seat; it may be different on a long-haul flight than on a shorter flight.
His loutish behaviour forced Mrs Pascoe to try and return him to his aisle seat whereupon he told her to "*** off" three times.
She sat in a pew near the entrance, in an aisle seat, so that leaning a little to the left, she had a clear view of the casket.
When I book flights to Ireland, I always choose an aisle seat near the front so we can disembark quickly.
The pillow is perfect for those who might be sitting in an aisle seat with nothing to rest their heads on while they sleep.
Adelson's bet paid off, earning the casino (and media) magnate a plastic aisle seat near other flush donors at Trump's presidential inauguration.
"The grand tier view is better and the sound is fantastic and, because of osteoarthritis, I need leg room and an aisle seat.
The seat next to the window should be left for women and the aisle seat is for men
Pick an aisle seat with as much leg room as you can afford and keep well-hydrated with soft drinks rather than tea, coffee or alcohol.
Mike McGranaghan in Aisle Seat was dismissive, calling the film "an empty shell."
"Affordability", the reason we are all flying, has its compensation in terms of comfort, pressed as we are into tiny spaces made more so when the person in front tilts their seat back - and woe betide the aisle seat passenger, forever doing squats to let out others in the row so they can add to the inevitable toilet queue.