Definition of Entranceway

1. Noun. Something that provides access (to get in or get out). "Beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"




Definition of Entranceway

1. Noun. Something that provides access to an entrance; an entryway ¹

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Definition of Entranceway

1. [n -WAYS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entranceway

entrammels
entrance
entrance block
entrance exam
entrance examination
entrance examinations
entrance fee
entrance hall
entrance money
entrance pupil
entranced
entranceless
entrancement
entrancements
entrances
entranceway (current term)
entranceways
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entrants
entrap
entrapment
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entrapments
entrapped
entrapper
entrappers
entrapping
entraps

Literary usage of Entranceway

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1. The Temple of Apollo Bassitas by Frederick A. Cooper (1996)
"East entranceway from the interior (1927, Rhys Carpenter) ... North entranceway, west jamb, from the interior (1927, Rhys Carpenter) d. ..."

2. Corinth: The Centenary, 1896-1996 by Charles K. Williams, Nancy Bookidis (2002)
"Although the walls of the entranceway into the palaestra remain aligned with the corners of the west facade of the building, the caldarium is no longer ..."

3. Concrete on the Farm and in the Shop: A Complete Practical Treatise on the by Henry Colin Campbell (1916)
"GATE POSTS Gate posts or entranceway posts are also massive and are'cast in ... FORMS FOR GATE POSTS Form construction for entranceway or gate posts is ..."

4. The Southeast Building, the Twin Basilicas, the Mosaic House by Saul S. Weinberg (1971)
"entranceway, to court of South Basilica, 58, 68-72; monumental, to Forum Romanum, 108-109. Eros, in mosaic, 114-115, 118, 120-121. ..."

5. The Engineer in Field and Office: New Ideas for Securing Uncommonly Quick (1918)
"Above the cantilever entranceway for three panels of its length the mezzanine floor was also extended over the river on columns supported by the cantilever ..."

6. Chief Contemporary Dramatists, Second Series: Eighteen Plays from the Recent by Thomas Herbert Dickinson (1921)
"[Steps heard scrambling down the entranceway.] [Enter MICHAEL in mad haste. They rush upon him with exultation and relief. He shakes them off, doggedly. ..."

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