Gateways [noun]

Definition of Gateways:

entry to place

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Sentence/Example of Gateways:

They come in a variety of flavors, including original tamarind, watermelon, and sour lime, and with just enough citrus and spice to make this candy the gateway to micheladas.

The Mediterranean Sea is the gateway to some of the world’s most important maritime trade routes, including the Suez Canal and the Red Sea.

JavaScript-related partial indexing was my “gateway drug” into indexing problems.

And, intriguingly, the circular enclosures appear to have been accessed not via doors or gateways but through small openings in “porthole stones.”

For example, Olly’s multivitamin is a big seller, and can be a gateway product leading the consumer to be more open to trying the brand’s probiotics.

They will be looking at a lot of areas where people didn’t feel uncomfortable before in what was a dynamic, gateway city.

A fellow rudely clad—a hybrid between man-at-arms and lackey—lounged on a musket to confront them in the gateway.

He pointed out the gateway, and the boy slipped off into the darkness, his bare feet soundless and mysterious on the sand.

Galway is the gateway to Connemara, and Connemara is one of the best places under the sun for a healthy and enjoyable holiday.

You first enter a large fore-court, at the extremity of which a colossal gateway leads into the inner courts.