In the foyer there were a series of huge posters, a stirring one depicted women with the caption “Rebelling to be heard.”
In his rendition Charlie Sheen stands in a foyer and overturns a bucket filled with checks, not ice water.
“Wait here, please,” she said to him as she slipped into the foyer.
The enormous spa tub that commands the foyer area speaks for itself.
By far the most impressive piece of art was the bronze bust of Ennis in the foyer.
Eleven floors below her, in the foyer of the Hotel Manhattan, the after-theater crowd of visitors thronged and buzzed happily.
A one-step was just over, and the dancers were crowding the foyer.
In the foyer of a lovely new home in newest New York a Persian rug is being spread for the first time.
When he is being played, many of us have to rush away and saunter in the foyer.
Along the walls of the foyer, panelled wainscotting, painted white, is installed.
1859, from French foyer "green room, room for actors when not on stage," literally "fireplace," from Old French foier "furnace, stove, hearth, fireplace" (12c.), from Latin focarium, noun use of neuter of adjective focarius "having to do with the hearth," from focus "hearth, fireplace" (see focus (n.)).