Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of entranceway.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Florida-based company would partner with New York-based Och-Ziff Real Estate at the southern end of the city, at the foot of the Black Horse Pike, one of three main entranceways to Atlantic City.

    Hard Rock to build casino-hotel in Atlantic City

  • Around the square were makeshift clinics, set up in the entranceways of stores, including a KFC.

    Some Egyptians are fearful over future

  • Grandeur marks the neoclassic theater's entrance, with massive stairs leading up to arched entranceways and, eventually, to crystal-windowed wood doors guarded by iron gargoyles.

    Durango's colonial architecture: eleven quarry stone gems

  • Some had high vaulted entranceways, like old-fashioned banks.

    Day of Honey

  • The entranceways are fairly different: Owners get two modest, yet modern lobbies with a few pieces of high-designed wood furniture and wall art that they enter from a quiet, leafy street; renters get a fairly Spartan lobby and a mailroom that presents itself to the Hicks Street side of the building.

    Mastering Mixed-Income Housing

  • CRAFT: Ultra-small homes conserve space, first of all, by dumping conventional elements like entranceways, hallways, inner walls and closets.

    In Japan, Living Large In Really Tiny Houses

  • The crash happened shortly before 11: 30 a.m. on Route 40, known locally as the Black Horse Pike, one of three main entranceways to the nation's second-largest gambling market.

    Atlantic City Bus Crash Injures 24

  • Our family plot consisted of about one-half acre that was enclosed within a low crumbling brick wall with four entranceways.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • They passed through Chinatown, its faux-pagoda storefronts and stone dragon-flanked entranceways timeworn and in disrepair, the once vibrant community now reduced to less than a third of its former glory by the defections of those who had abandoned their immigrant roots for a better life in the suburbs.

    Masked

  • But, there are no personal touches whatsoever near the front entranceways.

    A Plain House (1)

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