waiting area

NOUN
  1. a room (as in a hotel or airport) with seating where people can wait
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How To Use waiting area In A Sentence

  • The redevelopment will see the construction of a ticket office and waiting area together with public toilet and baby changing area.
  • Blair led the way out of the office and into the larger waiting area.
  • He said redesigning the waiting area, including new lighting and better patient information via a plasma screen, had also improved behaviour.
  • In a dark corner at the bottom of one of the staircases, there's a sign hanging over a settee which reads "The Sobers Waiting Area". County cricket - as it happened
  • The bar here is really just a restaurant waiting area and the squat stools aren't exactly relaxing, but with few diners at this early hour, we're allowed to sit at a table.
  • The waiting area has a fully licensed bar with a drinks lounge for up to 20 patrons and a restaurant area for 16.
  • I hobble theatrically over to the waiting area, where a women immediately vacates her seat for me.
  • Areas visited included Charles de Gaulle airport, its immigration waiting areas, transit areas, and police and customs holding facilities.
  • There is no ticket booth, the mottled walls, the empty waiting area, like an abandoned station.
  • I sat down in a chair in the waiting area while he went and retrieved the proper paperwork.
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