entering

[ en-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF entering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTERING

"Good-morning, sir," said Robert, removing his hat on entering.

"A young man to see you, Mr. Davis," said Bridget, entering the breakfast-room.

After a period of confrontation, we are entering an era of negotiation.

Let me say at once that I am not taking up the question of the psychic, or entering into it at all.

Entering her room, she closed the door and stood looking at her possessions.

Linda's amazement on entering the room had been worthy of note.

The door opened, and entering, she stood rooted to the spot.

On entering the hall, Ulysses saw the magic fountain in the center of it.

After entering the pasture, the princess paused and looked around.

As I belonged to the boat, I had an early opportunity of entering the town.

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