Passage and Section

Passage

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Passage noun – A section of text; particularly a section of medium length.
Section is a synonym for passage in extract topic. In some cases you can use "Section" instead a noun "Passage", when it comes to topics like part, excerpt, excerpt from document. popular alternative
Nearby Words: pass, passed, passing, passageway, passaged
Synonyms for Passage

Section

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Section noun – An area (as of a city) set apart for some purpose or having some special feature.
Passage is a synonym for section in part topic. You can use "Passage" instead a noun "Section", if it concerns topics such as division, subdivision, excerpt. popular alternative
Nearby Words: sectioned, sector, sect, sectioning, sectional
Synonyms for Section

How words are described

long long passage long section
similar similar passage similar section
specific specific passage specific section
brief brief passage brief section
Other adjectives: short, following, certain, single, small, entire, vocal, dark, secret, new, early, final, hidden, underground, random, last, relevant, said, extended, lengthy, instrumental, underwater.

Both words in one sentence

  • Chekhov's Volcano Mt. Zublo in Breath of Fire III erupts, blocking passage around it and an entire section of the game is dedicated to getting around it.
  • A giant worm in the first Penumbra game acts as a sort of living Advancing Wall of Doom in one section, completely filling the passage behind you.
  • Manga / Akuma no Riddle Bookcase Passage: One of the academy's seven wonders is a secret library section hidden behind one of these.
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