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entranceway

Line breaks: en¦trance|way
Pronunciation: /ˈɛntr(ə)nsweɪ/

Definition of entranceway in English:

noun

A door or corridor at the entrance to a building.
Example sentences
  • Chaos reigned in the main entranceway as police officers swarmed into the building.
  • She noticed with some annoyance that anyone standing in the entranceway, set back under the building a few meters as it was, would be dry.
  • The second woman walked out to the far edge of the entranceway, out of the cover of the doorway.

Words that rhyme with entranceway

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