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Word: entrance

Definition: put under a spell(condition caused by magical power); carry away(fill with strong feeling) with emotion; put into a trance; fill with delight


Sentences Containing 'entrance'

1989–99: Entrance into film and television acting.
A lighthouse on the point marks the northern entrance to The Minch.
A plaque for the award is on display near the ride's entrance.
A porch leads to the front (south) entrance.
A stone "vel" is positioned at the entrance of the shrine.
asked Albert, who, being a constant visitor there, did not understand this opposition to his entrance.
But his niece was saved the trouble by the entrance of the three.
Charlotte's reply was spared by the entrance of Jane and Elizabeth.
Entrance into law school is competitive.
Every harbor on the sea coast, also, has its bar at its entrance.
Following Josh's entrance into the game, it was noted that Stuart appeared to be threatened by his entrance.
He passed entrance examination from Jessore Zilla School.
He spends the next year cramming for his entrance exam once again.
I look forward to my entrance into private life.” Top lawyer.
I never beheld a scene so utterly desolate as this entrance of the Mississippi.
In spite of resistance from recruiters, Brown passed the entrance exams.
In the axis of the main entrance, on the western side, is the largest image.
It features brownstone sills and arches and a gable over the entrance opening.
It is on the axis of Lessingstraße, clearly separated from the public entrance building.
Its entrance and facade is located on 16 de Septiembre and not the Zocalo.
Montgomery – West Side buses pass the main entrance.
Stone sculptures are used to decorate the main entrance.
The count turned round as he heard the entrance of Danglars into the room.
The east wing has cellars, but the whereabouts of the entrance is unknown.
The entrance complex was built around 1820.
The entrance door is flaked by sidelights and pilasters.
The entrance is often concealed by bushes.
The entrance is two-storied, with pediments and columns.
The entrance porch bears the coat of arms of the Lostanges.
The entrance portals are designed to withstand the force of an avalanche.
The entrance to the building is adorned with dragons.
The flag has also been integrated in Swagger's entrance video.
The gift shop is located at the main entrance.
The harbour entrance is a channel to the Tasman Sea.
The house is still but a sort of porch at the entrance of a burrow.
The HTNW has separate plans for a visitor entrance and heritage garden.
The lobby entrance features a planar glass wall system.
The main entrance is in the recessed space between the two bays.
The parks main entrance is in Anerley Road.
The point was, then, to discover the hidden entrance.
The principal entrance is by the north porch, through a handsome Norman doorway.
The road stretches between the north entrance on PGA Boulevard, and the south entrance on Northlake Boulevard. The east entrance on Military Trail connects to BallenIsles Drive via Holly Drive.
The superstructure of their tomb Pillared Entrance.
The washrooms are outside the entrance area.
The windows over the south entrance were added later.
There is an entrance on the northeast side.
This beacon marks the entrance to Havengore Creek.
This entrance was called "Porticus Absidata".
This was done by putting two stone pillars at the entrance to the park.
Wristbands facilitate multiple entries such that entrance and re-entrance can be permitted.

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