Definition of aisle
- a longitudinal division of an interior area, as in a church, separated from the main area by an arcade or the like.
- any of the longitudinal divisions of a church or the like.
Idioms about aisle
Origin of aisle
OTHER WORDS FROM aisleaisled, adjectiveun·aisled, adjective
How to use aisle in a sentence
But for much of the country, these fleeting moments of wistful longing happen in the everyday-low-prices aisles of Walmart.Heartache by the Numbers and OkCupid’s Founder Has Got Yours|Will Doig|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It certainly smelled like something other than natural good vibes was fueling the impromptu dancing in the aisles.Bob Weir on Drugged-Out Deadheads and Living in Jerry Garcia’s Shadow|Emily Shire|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just ask all those scientists in the aisles of my local Whole Foods.
But in this theater, they are still only second-class citizens, waiting in the aisles of history.Palestinians Cast a U.N. Vote, Move Closer to State Recognition|Matt Surrusco|November 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Models moved down into the audience, working the aisles at a busy pace while wearing these new incarnations of the Chanel look.
In those dim aisles and mighty halls brooded a Presence that he knew could soothe and comfort.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
This was no doubt used in constructing the roof of the westward extension of the nave and aisles.
At the corners of the aisles are rectangular buttresses and two similar ones stand at the ends of the main walls of the nave.
I climbed through the brambles over the wall, and walked down the aisles of potatoes toward her.The Idyl of Twin Fires|Walter Prichard Eaton
The March sunshine slants in pale shafts through the clerestory windows, leaving the aisles in shadow.