Antehall



a room or serving as a waiting room and entrance to a larger .
Historical Examples

No word came from the palace, no Secret Service officers came to report to her, no courtiers thronged the antehall.
A German Pompadour Marie Hay

Passing through the antehall, he gained admission to Eberhard Ludwig’s apartment.
A German Pompadour Marie Hay

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  • Ante meridian

    occurring before noon. of or relating to the forenoon. adjective before noon; in the morning

  • Ante meridiem

    . uknown the full form of a.m. 1560s, Latin, literally “before noon,” from ante (see ante) + accusative of meridies “midday, noon” (see meridian).



  • Antemortem

    before death: an antemortem confession. antemortem an·te·mor·tem (ān’tē-môr’təm) adj. Before death.

  • Antemundane

    before the creation of the world. adj. “existing or happening before the creation of the world,” 1731; see ante- + mundane.



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