Synonyms of 'hall'
1 passageDictionary, lobby, corridor
The lights were on in the hall and in the bedroom.
The toilets are up the stairs and along the passage to your right.
I met her in the lobby of the museum.
He raced down the corridor towards the exit.
A central hallway leads into the dining and living areas.
I went and waited in the foyer.
A lorry blocked the entry to the school.
an underground passageway that connects the two buildings
A tiled vestibule leads to an impressive staircase.
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An auditorium is the part of a theatre or concert hall where the audience sits.
The hall is a huge auditorium.
A chamber is a large room, especially one that is used for formal meetings.
We are going to be in the council chamber when he speaks.
Thesaurus for hall from the Collins English Thesaurus
The hall in a house or flat is the area just inside the front door , into which some of the other rooms open.