portal[ pawr-tl, pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF portal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PORTAL
Down swooped the great cog into the narrow channel which was the portal to safety.
In front, the sea appears as between the pillars of a portal.
"I shall not forget it," said I, as we drew up before the portal.
Pylon, or Pro-Pylon, the portal or front of an Egyptian temple.
The portal through which the Martian had vanished was next to it.
Then as he passed from the portal, the priestess lifted her hands.
At the portal had stood two nymphs, now almost classic with decay.
Brophy came in after a struggle at the door; he slammed the portal and bolted it.
Poor Bourne had passed the portal beyond which he was to find peace.
The portal opened with a crash of thunder louder than an earthquake.