A hall at the entrance to a dwelling-house or other building.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "entrance-hall" in a sentence
"Sir Bingo got up with reluctance, which he testified by two or three deep growls, as he followed the rest of the company into the outer apartment, which served as an entrance-hall, and divided the dining-parlour from the tea-room, as it was called."
"My companions had remained in an entrance-hall, and I was alone with the gods."
"Going down-stairs, conducted by his host, he found the Obenreizer counting-house at the back of the entrance-hall, and several shabby men in outlandish garments hanging about, whom"