entrance


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Synonyms for entrance

Synonyms for entrance

the act of entering

Synonyms

the state of being allowed entry

the right to enter or make use of

to act upon with or as if with magic

to please greatly or irresistibly

Synonyms for entrance

References in classic literature ?
Carthoris and I, with Kantos Kan, took the remaining ships and headed for the entrance to Omean.
Scarcely was the entrance uncovered than Woola and I had leaped through--then the door slipped quietly back into place.
The result of this was that when we came in sight of the hundred towers which mark the entrances to the buried city we found a great army of Sagoths and Mahars lined up to give us battle.
Returning his revolver to its holster, he walked quickly to the entrance of the tent.
The entrance was so low that the ape-man was compelled to drop to all fours before he could poke his head within the aperture; but first he looked, listened, and sniffed in each direction at his rear--he would not be taken by surprise from that quarter.
His sandals of zitidar hide had given forth no sound upon the marble floor he strode, and as his rapid pacing carried him past the entrance to the chamber there came faintly from the distance of the long corridor the sound of metal on metal--the unmistakable herald of the approach of armed men.
After we had eaten, I added to the pile of firewood so that I could replenish the fire before the entrance to our barricade, believing this as good a protection against the carnivora as we could have; and then Ajor and I sat down before it, and the lesson proceeded, while from all about us came the weird and awesome noises of the Caspakian night--the moaning and the coughing and roaring of the tigers, the panthers and the lions, the barking and the dismal howling of a wolf, jackal and hyaenadon, the shrill shrieks of stricken prey and the hissing of the great reptiles; the voice of man alone was silent.
He never came out of the entrance, of that I was certain; yet at the end of several minutes he chuckled at my elbow.
First to the southeast is Matuerui--no people, no entrance to the lagoon.
She inspected it with painstaking care, while One Eye, who had returned, stood in the entrance and patiently watched her.
Dorothy was astonished and delighted to find a tin statue of herself standing on a tin pedestal at a bend in the avenue leading up to the entrance.
Hartman gripped my arm and dragged me into a wide entrance.
Well, Miss Stacy wants to organize a class among her advanced students who mean to study for the entrance examination into Queen's.
The lovely palace had no other occupant, for the Nome King had left her at the entrance, which closed behind her, and in all the magnificent rooms there appeared to be no other person.
So long had it been since Tarzan became a member of the tribe, that Tublat had forgotten the circumstances surrounding the entrance of the jungle waif into his family, with the result that he now imagined that Tarzan was his own offspring, adding greatly to his chagrin.