enter[ en-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF enter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTER
No one of our kindred must enter the family of Pericles as a slave.
No woman was allowed to enter Olympia, during the celebration of the games.
None but Greeks were allowed to enter the temples of this goddess.
Will madame be so good to enter our petit salon at the front, n'est-ce-pas?
At all events, he was left standing on the doorstone, and no one came to bid him enter.
But when the morning came he found the task a difficult one to enter upon.
He invited them to enter, and shook Katherine by the hand, as if he had not met her for a long time.
But that it could be for Solmes, how should it enter into my head?
I do not think she will ever enter the garden of the Luxembourg again.
Let not your Clarissa be precipitated into a state she wishes not to enter into with any man!