- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enter.
“In the mid-nineteenth century these word parts were assembled in Paris into bicycle.xiii Finally, in 1868, the word entered English, initially with the spelling “bysicle.””
“Then another name entered the picture: Alexander Wang.”
“And the title entered our national language as a kind of shorthand for Madison Avenue hypocrite.”
“And the title entered our national language as a kind of shorthand for a Madison Avenue hypocrite.”
“Vangenzen said that he quite understood; on the voyage from America he had spent so many hours on deck that the captain had asked whether he wished to have his name entered as a member of the crew.”
“Hence his name entered the argot as an ironic appellation for anyone who thought he knew but didn't.”
“When I get his name entered plenty of stories from the last four days pop up.”
“The term entered the lingua franca via Michael Lewis 'Liar's Poker (Relevant quote: "If he could make millions of dollars come out of those phones, he became that most revered of all species: a Big Swinging Dick.")”
“His name entered the vernacular, and “pulling a Brodie” became synonymous with doing something spectacular and dangerous.”
“The term entered the mainstream with its shifted meaning after a series of articles in the Atlantic Monthly and other magazines, in an apparently concerted effort to smear civil libertarians by attacking over-the-top bureaucratic examples of “political correctness” on college campuses and presenting them as though they were characteristic of all egalitarian thought.”
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