Thesaurus / enter
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Strangers who come at this time of day at once enter the family circle.
HISTORIC HIGHWAYS OF AMERICA (VOL. 12)ARCHER BUTLER HULBERT
No officer of the Italian government was to enter the Lateran or Vatican palaces upon any official mission.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN EUROPEJAMES HARVEY ROBINSON
I was in a corner of the lower end, when I saw Dubois enter in a stout coat, with his ordinary bearing.
THE MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XIV., HIS COURT AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEDUC DE SAINT-SIMON
As soon as the slave saw him enter, she ran to inform her mistress.
With the war effectually over we enter a new economic era, and its immediate effect on prices is difficult to anticipate.
HERBERT HOOVERVERNON KELLOGG
You enter the mouth of a valley; the hills reach forth their arms to embrace you, and you consciously enter a new world.
THE ALPSMARTIN CONWAY
A cadaverous being dwells there; his sepulchral voice bids us enter, and his sepulchral look—shall we say welcomes us?
He did not enter with flying colors, for Joe was no great scholar, but he was by no means at the foot of the ladder.
BASEBALL JOE AT YALELESTER CHADWICK
And yet, engaged to enter into that state, as I am, how can I help myself?
CLARISSA HARLOWE, VOLUME 9 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
That must be reserved for future study, perhaps reserved until the time that you enter a particular business.
BUSINESS ENGLISHROSE BUHLIG
WORDS RELATED TO ENTER
- call to arms
- call up
- enter into
- join up
- press into service
- sign on
- take on
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