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entryway

[en-tree-wey] /ˈɛn triˌweɪ/
noun
1.
a passage for affording entrance.
Origin
1740-1750
1740-50, Americanism; entry + way
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  • There, in the entryway, he has a small fridge where the eggs are kept.
  • Symmetrical wings flank a grand pavilion and arched entryway with a marquee.
  • On the ground floor is the entryway, formal dining room, kitchen and breakfast room.
  • In the rear, center, a double doorway opening on the hall and the entryway.
  • Turn a scavenged piece of driftwood found shore-side into an organic modern entryway rack.
  • There's even a stuffed white mouse resting on an entryway table.
  • Security is normally maintained with a gated entryway.
  • Notable design elements include a slate entryway, pine ceilings and birch hardwood floors.
  • The hotel was recently renovated, and the lobby has a slate entryway and granite fireplace.
  • Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and sundeck, covered parking and secure gated entryway.

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