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Synonyms for entry

Synonyms for entry

the act of entering

the right to enter or make use of

an item inserted, as in a diary, register, or reference book

Synonyms for entry

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As the drag drew up in the enclosure near the grand stand I glanced at the card to see the entries.
I found besides half a dozen bills receipted (the doctor was a mirror of punctuality in the payment of tradesmen), note and letter-paper of the finest quality, clarified pens, a pretty little pin-cushion, two small account-books filled with the neatest entries, and some leaves of blotting-paper.
The first page contained some entries, relating to domestic expenses, in her own handwriting.
He bounced out at her from behind doors, booed at her in dark entries, clutched her feet as she went up stairs, startled her by shrill whistles right in her ear, or sudden tweaks of the hair as he passed her in the street; and as sure as there was company to dinner, he fixed his round eyes on her, and never took them off till she was reduced to a piteous state of confusion and distress.
The entries in it, in Deemer's handwriting, had ceased on the 16th day of July, the last of his life.
The next day Poiret appeared at the office with another hat, lent by Monsieur Tournan while a new one was making; but he did not sleep that night until he had added the following sentence to the preceding entries in his journal: "It is asserted that my hat contained lard, the fat of a pig.
And so on it goes, and every now and again, among entries which seem to us of little or no importance, we learn something that throws great light on our past history.
The entries relating to the last occasion on which he had prepared Geoffrey for a foot-race included the fullest details.
Again and again,' said Jasper, in conclusion, twirling the leaves of the book before putting it by, 'I have relapsed into these moods, as other entries show.
There was no clue to his name; but it was discovered from certain entries in a pocket-book he carried, that he had been secretary to Lord George Gordon in the time of the famous riots.
As he grew older this passion increased upon him; and it became his delight to chalk against the name of each of his cronies a sum of enormous magnitude, and impossible to be paid: and such was his secret joy in these entries, that he would be perpetually seen going behind the door to look at them, and coming forth again, suffused with the liveliest satisfaction.
The undertaker, who had just putup the shutters of his shop, was making some entries in his day-book by the light of a most appropriate dismal candle, when Mr.
We have been delighted to find a very wide global response over the years; we have had entries from a great spectrum of countries of projects as different as a house made of living trees in Ethiopia and an inflatable silver construction site wall in Tokyo, an organic bus station carved out of polystyrene foam in the Netherlands and a crematorium in India.
Having many accounts gives the accounting staff too many similar ones to choose from when creating journal entries, which can result in erroneous entries to the wrong accounts.
There are 4,136 entries ( one of the best for many years ( in the livestock lines at this year's four-day Royal Highland Show which starts at Ingliston, Edinburgh, today.