Definition of Entrant

1. Noun. A commodity that enters competition with established merchandise. "A well publicized entrant is the pocket computer"

Generic synonyms: Commodity, Good, Trade Good



2. Noun. Any new participant in some activity.
Exact synonyms: Fledgeling, Fledgling, Freshman, Neophyte, Newbie, Newcomer, Starter
Generic synonyms: Beginner, Initiate, Novice, Tiro, Tyro
Specialized synonyms: Enlistee, Recruit
Derivative terms: Fledgling, Start, Start

3. Noun. Someone who enters. "New entrants to the country must go though immigration procedures"
Generic synonyms: Traveler, Traveller
Specialized synonyms: Interloper, Intruder, Trespasser
Derivative terms: Enter

4. Noun. One who enters a competition.
Generic synonyms: Contestant
Derivative terms: Enter

Definition of Entrant

1. n. One who enters; a beginner.

Definition of Entrant

1. Noun. participant ¹

2. Noun. newcomer ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Entrant

1. one that enters [n -S] - See also: enters

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entrant

entrance examination
entrance examinations
entrance fee
entrance hall
entrance money
entrance pupil
entranced
entranceless
entrancement
entrancements
entrances
entranceway
entranceways
entrancing
entrancingly
entrant (current term)
entrants
entrap
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entrapment neuropathy
entrapments
entrapped
entrapper
entrappers
entrapping
entraps
entraunce
entre
entreat
entreatable

Literary usage of Entrant

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"Hence the probability of a re-entrant quadrilateral is where pi = prob. ... For we have seen that the chance of four points forming a re-entrant ..."

2. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"Death, Absence, etc., of the entrant. [Note 2; add:] In те Fountaine, In re Dowler, ... App. 79, 109 SW 946 (entrant absconded and his whereabouts unknown). ..."

3. Electrical Machine Design: The Design and Specification of Direct and by Alexander Gray (1913)
"Doubly re-entrant duplex winding. FIG. 10.—Singly re-entrant duplex winding. If the winding shown in Fig. 9 be followed round the machine starting at any ..."

4. An Illustrated Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Thomas Welburn Hughes (1905)
"As a general rule, the entrant must have personal knowledge of the ... Upon principle, absolute personal knowledge of the entrant is not essential. ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The wall then formed an angle and then a re-entrant angle (II Esd., iii, 24). but we are ignorant as to the point where it crossed the valley to ascend ..."

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