entrance

[ en-truhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF entrance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTRANCE

We are like men in a subterranean cave, so chained that they can look only forward to the entrance.

Over the gate was written in large letters, 'The Entrance of Mortals.'

Is it likely that this same Alworthy could obtain me entrance there?

On his entrance the whole audience rose and cheered for several minutes.

Through his aunt he could gain her entrance where he pleased.

But the conditions are the only natural possibilities of entrance.

She went and came only through the cellar, and knew no other entrance.

The entrance of the butler brought the Inspector's thoughts back to the matter in hand.

She still saw the dress of the penitent who was at the confessional near the entrance.

There is an entrance to the divine mind through bearing the cross.

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