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noun as in way in to a place

noun as in introduction; permission to enter

noun as in person participating in competition; effort

noun as in listing in a record

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Chicken is simply an easier sell to fast-food customers, and the Chicken Sandwich Wars are still dragging on, with McDonald’s and KFC planning to drop new entries in the next few weeks.

Yeun was drawn to how the film didn’t seek to define itself as any one thing, and lacked a barrier to entry.

Unnatural acts’ in the headline above was a non-inking entry submitted by both Kevin Dopart and William Kennard.

I then give you a pot of $100 to start the game, taken out of your entry fee.

In the first year that Digiday has expanded this awards program to include TV alongside other video formats, finalists include remarkable entries from Comedy Central Digital, VH1 and Johnson & Johnson.

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An examination of some of the rumors surrounding the newest entry in the Star Wars canon.

These “free” games display ads, often in obnoxious places, in lieu of the entry fee.

Before Fidel, when segregation was in full swing, the Cuban apartheid meant many clubs and parks still refused black Cubans entry.

His entry into the business of film making was as designer and writer of title cards for silent films.

The sweepstakes begins on December 9th, 2014 at 8:00 AM EST and ends on January 31st, 2015 at 11:59 EST (the "Entry Period").

When she arrived she made a regular entry into the city in a coach all gold and glass, drawn by eight superb plumed horses.

Each entry on the vault record book shall be signed by the persons having access to the safe.

Bonaparte made his public entry into Milan under a triumphal arch.

He remembered Tony's words later: that another actor was expected with whose entry the piece would turn more real—turn tragic.

Jess looked past him and saw a female and a male figure crowding into the entry.


On this page you'll find 110 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entry, such as: access, entrance, opening, passage, adit, and approach.

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