alphabet

Entry

Pronunciation of Entry
/ˈɛntɹi/, /ˈɛntɹi/, /ˈɛ_n_t_ɹ_i/

Antonyms for entry:

exit, egress.

Synonyms for entry:

Sense 2 (noun)

concession, voice, public interest, priority, permission, right.

Sense 3 (noun)

arch, gatehouse, gatepost, archway.

Sense 4 (noun)

homecoming, incursion, invasion, note, turnover, comings and goings, arrival, record, reentry.

Sense 7 (noun)

posting.

admittance (noun)

entree.

corridor (noun)

hall.

entrance (noun)

doorway, hall, initiation.

entrant (noun)

participant.

entry (noun)

entranceway, entering, entryway, entrance, first appearance, incoming, unveiling, debut, submission, launching, ingress, introduction, ledger entry, entree.

introduction; permission to enter (noun)

admission, initiation, entering, admittance, way.

listing in a record (noun)

jotting, memorandum, note.

opening (noun)

ingress.

person participating in competition; effort (noun)

submission, participant.

registration (noun)

matriculation.

vestibule (noun)

entrance, portal, lobby, foyer, portico.

way in to a place (noun)

doorway, adit, foyer, door, gate, hall, vestibule, access, threshold, lobby, ingress, inlet, portal, entrance.

Sense 1

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.

Sense 2

float, reentry, incursion, note, entanglement, hall, intrusion, public interest, divine right, vested interest.

Sense 3

interference, turnover, involvement, invasion, way.

Sense 5

sideline.

Sense 6

right, engagement.

Sense 8

stake.

Sense 10

retreat, end.

Sense 14

part.

note

jotting.

registration

matriculation.

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