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noun as in entry to place

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First, two adjacent stone holes at Waun Mawn were arranged so that their stones formed an entryway that, when viewed from the center of the circle, faced the midsummer solstice sunrise.

ACE2 receptor cells, the novel coronavirus’s entryway into the body, could provide one answer.

It had been a public entryway before it was closed several years ago for security.

Lee knew he had to keep documenting what was going on inside the Capitol, so soon after he left the initial group, he found another group breaking a different entryway and entered again.

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Flashes of light fill the scene as the concussive force rips across the entryway.

He was captivated by footage of her escape through the hazy entryway of the supermarket, which was obscured by pepper spray.

Through this entryway, we came into a broad long room, really a series of light-filled archways.

There was an entryway near here to another courtyard, itself a prelude to the heart of the main temple.

A turban-covered old man sat just inside the entryway, a small bowl for collecting change against the door jam.

New entryway plans look more Rodeo Drive than staid tropical hideaway.

D'yuh think I ain't seen any o' that billy-dooin'—you an' him upstairs in the entryway—huh?

She was jest a going out of a dark entryway that led out doors, when I ketched up with her.

The living room occupied the center, with a sort of winter kitchen and entryway behind it.

Let us go out at once and pile all the wood we can in the entryway beside the kitchen.

They made four trips from that place to the entryway beside the kitchen, each time bringing in all the logs they could carry.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entryway, such as: stoop, and portal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.