American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A passage or opening by which to enter.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A passage or space for ingress; an entry. See entry, 2.
- n. something that provides access (to get in or get out)
- entry + way (Wiktionary)
“Putting it in Neutral: You may think your Big Bird-colored-entryway is really hot, but not everyone loves bright yellow.”
“An entryway is being built that attaches the casino to adjoining restaurants and shops.”
“This was a huge project that involved a lot of re-wiring and lots of gypsum dust from the new drywall, but in the end the new entryway is a LOT larger and is precisely what we wanted.”
“The store's entryway is only large enough for one person with a shopping cart at a time.”
“(3 coins in entryway with Tickets and Souvenirs sellers)”
“The entryway is a dramatic two-story, tiled room with wrought-iron railings lining the balcony hallway above.”
“Their entryway is a long, dimly lit tiled hall lined with locked doors labeled "Fracture Room," "Cast Change Room," and "X-Ray.”
“Inside the entryway was a chained-off area where market attendees clustered beforehand; the crowd swelled to the hundreds as the clock ticked toward the opening whistle.”
“Beyond the entryway was a small examination area surrounded by a thin curtain, and beyond, a ward housing two dozen cots and an array of outdated and nearly obsolete medical equipment, some of it as much as forty years old.”
“I walked into his photo studio and sitting casually in the entryway was a wearable suit made of machine guns pointing out in every direction.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘entryway’.
This list was inspired by Ry's 'thresholds' list.
we are all just passing through.
(boundaries, portals and liminal spaces/times)
As in routes, avenues & tracts. Omitting, e.g., halfway, anyway, sideways, folkway, Haddaway. (many of those are found thisways)
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