Since last week, fighting has grown increasingly fierce near the Russian border, suggesting rebels want to open a corridor.
When Crist arrived, he found me standing alone in the corridor.
Settlement in E-1 would block off this corridor, in effect bisecting the West Bank.
Though I was there to meet Ibnu Ahmad, I scooted furtively to the other side of the corridor, certain he was about to be arrested.
Both sides will insist they want some sort of corridor—not just an "umbilical chord"—and they must hammer out a tough compromise.
Afterwards they went to my room at the end of the corridor and thoroughly searched it.
He shut the door and locked it behind him and then went on down the corridor.
Dr. Grayle was awaiting her in the corridor, a watchdog, patient and placid.
"And it must be cold in this corridor swept by all the winds," added Durtal.
My wife, I believe, was advancing along the corridor when Sperry closed the door.
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.