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  • noun Plural form of entryway.

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Examples

  • We specialize in small spaces such as entryways, patios, balconies, and rooftops.

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  • The copper sheets for the two entryways and the upstairs family room ceilings arrived, ugly-shiny, though Gerald planned to age them to a pleasant patina.

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  • After the chinking marathon it was finally time to put the rusted metal siding on the entryways.

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  • A sheet of old barn metal lying on the ground does not look like the stuff of dreams, but in combination with the plank siding and neatly enclosing the entryways it looked entirely right.

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  • A sheet of old barn metal lying on the ground does not look like the stuff of dreams, but in combination with the plank siding and neatly enclosing the entryways it looked entirely right.

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  • On the other side, we encounter many passageways which, like certain entryways and walkways, are giving up space to the advance of construction extending from inside the houses.

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  • Today, entryways to Steak 'n Shake restaurants, which he turned around in part by slashing costs and closing unprofitable locations, display large photos of a grinning Mr. Biglari posing with employees.

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  • Architect Harry Teague, who likes old metal as much as I do, designed the front and back entryways to be covered in rusted corrugated “tin.”

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  • Dingy apartment blocks stretched for miles on the outskirts, their plumbing corroding, their vandalized entryways reeking of urine.

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  • We were all so pleased with the success of the entryways that we went back to the top of the cliff, archaeological clues marking a possible ancient bison jump.

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