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[ UK /ˈɛntɹənswˌe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. something that provides access (to get in or get out)
    beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral
    they waited at the entrance to the garden
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How To Use entranceway In A Sentence

  • Chaos reigned in the main entranceway as police officers swarmed into the building.
  • Down thataway two men next to the van were firing their pieces up the front steps at two others who were wedged in the entranceway of the house and blasting back at them.
  • Little kids play hopscotch on the floor tiles, babies swat at the fish in the aquarium in the entranceway, and all kinds of folks swarm about hoping for a taste of the old country.
  • Chisled into the marble entranceway to the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency is the phrase: “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.” Just Gimme Some Truth!
  • Once we got there, we crept through the small gap in the overgrown hedges that served as the entranceway.
  • Grandeur marks the neoclassic theater's entrance, with massive stairs leading up to arched entranceways and, eventually, to crystal-windowed wood doors guarded by iron gargoyles. Durango's colonial architecture: eleven quarry stone gems
  • They turned their heads to look around and when they had turned their heads back to the entranceway they had entered from they saw the man standing there with three boxes under his arms.
  • I met him in the entranceway and pulled up the hood.
  • They were so big that their heads came up past the lintel of the entranceway door.
  • In New York, a wall-size photographic installation in the entranceway to the show invoked this constellation of characters.
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