English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'passageway'

(noun) 
Definition
corridor or passage
an underground passageway that connects the two buildings
Synonyms
corridor
He raced down the corridor towards the exit.
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passage
The toilets are up the stairs and along the passage to your right.
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hallway
A central hallway leads into the dining and living areas.
,
hall
The lights were on in the hall and in the bedroom.
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lane
The lorry was travelling at 20 mph in the slow lane.
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lobby
I met her in the lobby of the museum.
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entrance
He drove in through a side entrance.
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alley
The citadel is reached through a series of narrow alleys.
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aisle
the frozen food aisle
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wynd (Scottish)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of aisle
Definition
a passageway separating seating areas in a church, theatre, or cinema, or separating rows of shelves in a supermarket
the frozen food aisle
Synonyms
in the sense of alley
Definition
a narrow passage between or behind buildings
The citadel is reached through a series of narrow alleys.
Synonyms
pathway,
backstreet
in the sense of entrance
Definition
something, such as a door or gate, through which it is possible to enter a place
He drove in through a side entrance.
Synonyms
way in,
doorway,
portal (literary),
means of access

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