View definitions for entrance
noun as in a way into a place
noun as in coming into a place; introduction
Eventually Terry left a blank open notebook on a table near the entrance, and let everyone know that if they wished to get something out that they were welcomed to write it down.
When cornered, they dig a short tunnel and then backfill the entrance, magically disappearing as if through a secret door, and you’ll never guess they’re sitting just a few inches away.
You arrive at your normal subway entrance and it’s blocked off.
The agreement is heralded as China’s full entrance into the global order.
Instead of using existing caves or natural features as entrances to other worlds, people started to build their own.
On her first entrance, Hitchcock says, “She looks old, they've shot her badly.”
Kocurek now works 12-hour shifts as a night watchman guarding the entrance to a drilling patch.
It made sense with so many suspects at hand, less so with the tower entrance separated from them by a forty foot wall.
He collapsed near the entrance of his room, probably in great pain.
The entrance to the show is a wall lined with books that conceals a secret door.
In the entrance hall of the Savoy, where large and lonely porters were dozing, he learnt that she was at home.
The main entrance is in the centre of the St. Martin's Lane front, and consists of a central roadway for carts and wagons, 15ft.
That embrace, that grin and that heart-born exclamation marked the entrance of the Pulsifer family into my life.
Sometimes the animal was caught in a trap which was nothing less than a hut of logs with a single entrance.
He left the arabyieh at the western entrance and went on foot down the avenue of headless rams.
On this page you'll find 173 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entrance, such as: access, avenue, corridor, door, doorway, and entry.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.