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Synonyms for entrance

Synonyms for entrance

the act of entering


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

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Cast overall as a mirror rondo whose sectional contrasts are marked by the presence (in A) or absence (B) of the harp, and with the bracketed B interludes shown as numbers of measures, this entrancingly hypnotic scheme traces a neatly palindromic curve of growth and decline from Introduction, through A1 (B1) A2 (B3) A3 (B5) A4 (B7) A5; B11; A5 (B7) A4 (B5) A3 (B3) A2 (B1) A1, to Coda.
Its entrancingly weird and wonderful vocal harmonies carried to the furthest corners of Symphony Hall, courtesy of Komsi's remarkable performance.
She curled her hand round my finger, grinning gummily and entrancingly.
Many of these dancers were stunningly beautiful people, entrancingly sensuous; it is hard to watch this film without feeling an erotic attraction to both the men and the women in their original vigor, and so there is a sadness attached to seeing the wrinkled faces they show today.
The Teaching Of Little Crow is a deftly written and entrancingly original novel offering an engaging story filled with memorable characters, life affirming metaphysics, and spiritual insights from beginning to end.
Safie's self-knowledge in the ways of the soul manifests in her playing and singing of "some airs so entrancingly beautiful," on the monster's report, "that they at once drew tears of sorrow and delight from my eyes.