A lobby or anteroom, as of a theater or hotel.(noun)
An entrance hall; a vestibule.(noun)
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Use "foyer" in a sentence
"I would like to put up some kind of doors to the rooms off the foyer, because I would like to emphasize the sense that the foyer is the most public room of our private residence, and the place for people to get the impression that this is a someone's little kingdom they are entering and not the local hangout."
"Jessica Antola The foyer is accented by one of Mr. Adler's bright orange lacquer console tables."
"The original closed-in foyer was dramatically opened."