Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of coming or going in, inserting, registering, etc.
- n. The opening or place at which one enters; entrance.
- n. A beginning.
- In entomology, an epithet applied to the canthus or process of the front when it is small, forming a little notch or sinus in the inner margin of the eye, as in many Hymenoptera.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. predicate incoming; -- of a person or group assuming a role. Opposite of
- n. the act of entering
- n. a movement into or inward
“The past two seasons, Jimmie Johnson virtually had clinched the title entering the finale, and aside from its first two years, the Chase hasn't delievered a multiple-driver battle for the title as intended.”
“xvOne shudders to think what our anti-inkhornian Professor Cheke would have made of such a word entering his native language.”
“That being said, I do believe that my initial foray into the world of blogging, particularly in entering into the book blogging universe, saw an increased pressure to read more and read faster.”
“Voices from outside a system that are interested in entering the system always change the system in really valuable and interesting ways.”
“If you are interested in entering the contest, check out the rules and deadline information on their site.”
“Another characteristic of the two weeks, upon which we are now entering, is that of giving more abundant alms, and of greater fervour in the exercise of works of mercy.”
“The Federal Reserve escalated its efforts to get the U.S. economic recovery back on track Wednesday, again entering the realm of risky and untested policy in response to the worst downturn in generations.”
“We have a feature in Internet Security 2010 called Browsing Protection which tells you if the site you are entering is safe or not.”
“He ordered the creation of English and reading curriculum and was haunted by dreams of a female assassin entering the ranch and trying to kill him with poison-tipped stars.”
“De Stijl contains a spoken interlude in which an anecdote about Mondrian is recalled by a narrator and the speaker, Susan Narucki, made the most of Disney Hall by entering from the back with separate lighting and wandering through the crowd for a dramatic entrance.”
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