Simple Definition of ingress
: a way to enter a place or the act of entering a place
Examples of ingress in a sentence
Ingress to and egress from the freeway were made difficult by the construction.
<with limited ingress and egress to the freeway, the stadium is the frequent scene of bottlenecks>
Origin and Etymology of ingress
Middle English, from Latin ingressus, from ingredi
First Known Use: 15th century
Rhymes with ingress
abscess, access, address, aggress, assess, bench-press, caress, clothespress, coatdress, cold-press, compress, confess, cross-dress, CS, depress, de-stress, digress, distress, drill press, egress, excess, express, finesse, fluoresce, French press, full-dress, handpress, headdress, housedress, idlesse, impress, Meknes, much less, nightdress, noblesse, no less, obsess, oppress, outguess, possess, precess, prestress, princess, process, profess, progress, recess, redress, regress, re-press, repress, shirtdress, side-dress, SS, success, sundress, suppress, tendresse, top-dress, transgress, undress, unless, web press, winepress, word stress
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