When Crist arrived, he found me standing alone in the corridor.
Brian Hoey writes that he was once in Buckingham Palace when he passed two young footmen whispering together in a corridor.
Settlement in E-1 would block off this corridor, in effect bisecting the West Bank.
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.