Entering [verb]

Definition of Entering:

come, put into a place

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Opposite/Antonyms of Entering:

Sentence/Example of Entering:

But what a magnificent plain is this we are entering upon: it is of immense extent.

Uncle David nodded, and waved his hand, as on entering the door he gave them a farewell smile over his shoulder.

On entering the salon, they found several groups already assembled.

"Lettres et journal pour monsieur," interrupted a waiter, entering with two letters and the Times.

On Louis entering his chamber, he sent away Lorenzo; that he, at least, might enjoy the sleep that fled his master's eyes.

There were other causes entering into this unrest besides his yearning desire to win Ramona for his wife.

Longcluse had afterwards watched and seized an opportunity of entering Vanboeren's house.

I cannot become an American citizen until five years after entering the country, and I do not wish to lose any valuable time.

Covenanting in civil life is the exercise of entering into a covenant engagement, or of renewing it.

No church, in entering into Covenant, includes so much in her engagements as the word of God requires.