Definition of "hall" []

  • A corridor or passageway in a building. (noun)
  • A large entrance room or vestibule in a building; a lobby. (noun)
  • A building for public gatherings or entertainments. (noun)
  • The large room in which such events are held. (noun)
  • A building used for the meetings, entertainments, or living quarters of a fraternity, sorority, church, or other social or religious organization. (noun)
  • A room serving as an entry area within a house or building (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

  • A building for public meetings (noun)
  • The great house of an estate; manor (noun)
  • A large building or room used for assemblies, worship, concerts, dances, etc (noun)
  • A residential building, esp in a university; hall of residence (noun)
  • A large room, esp for dining, in a college or university (noun)
  • A meal eaten in this room (noun)
  • The large room of a house, castle, etc (noun)
  • A passage or corridor into which rooms open (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "hall" in a sentence
  • "Xheir verfc £hall give you fame; but more, your own* immortal Wit (hall its great patron boaft,"
  • "Down the hall is an intimate dining room where Michael Phelps enjoyed a bite after winning his first gold."
  • "Across the hall is a veteran who shouts obscenities while he wonders who killed Vic, presumably a fellow soldier from the war."