Pronunciation of Entry
/ˈɛntɹi/, /ˈɛntɹi/, /ˈɛ_n_t_ɹ_i/
Synonyms for entry:
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
arch, gatehouse, gatepost, archway.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
introduction; permission to enter (noun)
listing in a record (noun)
jotting, memorandum, note.
person participating in competition; effort (noun)
way in to a place (noun)
arrival, homecoming, complicity, permission, lychgate, comings and goings, mouth, charge, archway, register, prerogative, arch, turnstile, voice, enjoyment, vestibule, claim, concession, tenure, gatehouse, tollgate, origin, title, participant, intervention, enrollment, inrush, gatepost, wicket gate, porch, participation, entitlement, threshold, posting, Dibs, priority.
Usage examples for entry:
- Here's something about us, and Bannard pointed to a page: The entry ran: To- day I gave the box for Iris into Mr. Chapin's keeping. - "The Diamond Pin", Carolyn Wells.
- It was, I realised, not exactly the entry he had planned but I encouraged the idea. - "Balloons", Elizabeth Bibesco.
- Ain't goin' accordin' to entry, he said, no more'n th' cabin. - "Tharon of Lost Valley", Vingie E. Roe.