entrance

Part of speech: verb

To transport; enrapture.

Part of speech: verb

To throw into a trance.

Part of speech: noun

Entrancement.

Part of speech: noun

The act, right, or power of entering.

Part of speech: noun

A place or passage for entering.

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Usage examples "entrance":

  1. You would not have had me spoil your entrance, you know you would not. - "Fernley House", Laura E. Richards.
  2. Grenville had seen them close at hand, as they passed by the entrance to the cave. - "As It Was in the Beginning", Philip Verrill Mighels.
  3. Throwing open the entrance doors, he stood upon the steps and waited for Lord Rippingdale. - "John Enderby", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009.