Entrance [noun]

Definition of Entrance:

a way into a place

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Sentence/Example of Entrance:

Eventually Terry left a blank open notebook on a table near the entrance, and let everyone know that if they wished to get something out that they were welcomed to write it down.

When cornered, they dig a short tunnel and then backfill the entrance, magically disappearing as if through a secret door, and you’ll never guess they’re sitting just a few inches away.

You arrive at your normal subway entrance and it’s blocked off.

The agreement is heralded as China’s full entrance into the global order.

Instead of using existing caves or natural features as entrances to other worlds, people started to build their own.

Even if I’m entranced by their magic, I’m still trying to figure out what tricks are involved.

She served nearly two weeks behind bars late last year after she admitted to paying $15,000 to have someone correct her daughter’s entrance exam answers.

What we had was some basic information related to her performance in the college entrance exams.

Then she designed a 3-D-printed beehive entrance that would coat the bees.

The video also shows a struggle between the two that ensued at the entrance to the apartment, said the official, who wasn’t authorized to discuss the investigation and spoke on the condition of anonymity.