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entranceway

[en-truh ns-wey] /ˈɛn trənsˌweɪ/
noun
1.
an entryway.
Origin
1860-1865
1860-65, Americanism; entrance1 + way
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  • My shoes will dry in the entranceway next to other shoes.
  • The poster was in the entranceway, and the photographs had been slashed with a knife.
  • Beth stood in the entranceway to the family room and waited.
  • The entranceway leads to a parking area that has a ramp for car-top boat launching on the five acre tidal estuary.
  • Replace any loose or rotting boards on your house which might provide an entranceway.
  • Insect electrocution devices, when used, must be located near the entranceway.
  • The main entranceway appears to have been altered from its original design.
  • The floor shall be conspicuously designated as smoking at each entranceway on to the floor.
  • The status of the solenoid is clearly indicated via red status lamps in the entranceway to the collision hall.

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