long gallery

  1. a large gallery, found especially in the uppermost stories of Elizabethan and Jacobean manor houses, used as a family room and as a promenade.

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How to use long gallery in a sentence

  • It seems art has gone Hollywood these days, with record-breaking prices and long gallery lines.

  • They sped down a long gallery, swift and silent as flight in a dream; another door, another guardsman.

    God Wills It! | William Stearns Davis
  • "The long gallery—all one long room, you know," he answered.

    Tristram of Blent | Anthony Hope
  • Mina Zabriska could make out a figure in the long gallery now.

    Tristram of Blent | Anthony Hope
  • The scene in the long gallery had at least been different from this!

    Tristram of Blent | Anthony Hope
  • The long gallery ran around three sides of the house, with the stairs forming the fourth.

    Three Margarets | Laura E. Richards