- corresponding angles,
- corridor of uncertainty,
- corridors of power,
Origin of corridor
Examples from the Web for corridor
Controlling the corridor was essential to supporting deep operations elsewhere in eastern Afghanistan.Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley|Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He backed away and walked down the corridor as a file of terrified patients pressed themselves against the walls.
Then the Malaysians asked to go to 34,000 feet, but were told that that corridor was not available.
The mother and sister of one defendant began screaming in the corridor outside the courtroom.
The rebels, defying airstrikes, are opening a corridor for reinforcements from Mother Russia.The Sky Explodes Over Luhansk, and Kiev Blames the Separatists|Anna Nemtsova|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Already our man had gone round the gallery and the corridor was all in darkness.The Hound of the Baskervilles|A. Conan Doyle
Immediately a peculiar patter sounded down the corridor; a ka-tuck, ka-tuck, ka-tuck, not unlike galloping hoof-beats.The Blind Spot|Austin Hall
"That is all right," said Brett wearily, traversing a corridor to gain his room.The Albert Gate Mystery|Louis Tracy
Flanked by guards, they went down a corridor which stretched on interminably.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
Did you tell him that it was the last door at the end of the corridor, on the right?Les Misrables|Victor Hugo
Word Origin for corridor
1590s, from French corridor (16c.), from Italian corridore "a gallery," literally "a runner," from correre "to run," from Latin currere (see current (adj.)). Originally of fortifications, meaning "long hallway" is first recorded 1814.