division lobbynoun [ C ]uk /dɪˈvɪʒ.ən ˌlɒb.i/ us /dɪˈvɪʒ.ən ˌlɑː.bi/ UK specialized
Examples from literature
- And then, thinking once more that it was all over, we went into the division lobbies again.
- By a series of circumstances, into which I need not now go, the manifestation took the shape of refusing to go into the division lobby, and retaining our seats.
- He requires the glow of a good audience—of a cheering party—of the certainty of success in the division lobby—to bring out his best powers.
- In a division lobby, probably on the Wednesday night, I came in touch with a friend, then a subordinate member of the Government, who had been among the keenest advocates of our cause.