Definition of entryway
: a passage for entrance
Examples of entryway in a Sentence
a small entryway to receive visitors
Recent Examples of entryway from the Web
Throughout the space, Ashe and Leandro tried to strike a balance between sophistication and comfort, with arched entryways, splashes of geometric tiles, and lots of vintage Moroccan carpets.
The first phase is to feature a 4,000-square-foot education center amid four outdoor gardens and a plaza, along with a pollinating meadow, an entryway off Frankfort, a walking path to Beargrass Creek and an initial roadway.
Research on Google Street View proved promising in this case: A ramp led up into the entryway.
Repairing the scorched entryway and smoke damage cost more than $500,000, but the toll was far greater.
The project, which will enhance the building's exterior impact as well as the entryway and interior space for the retail showroom, is scheduled for completion in September.
A fairy castle that was donated and built by the Crown Miniature Society in 2016 will now be a permanent fixture during the exhibit in the Depot entryway.
The expansion enlarged the original 1907 Carnegie Library, which still serves as a beautiful entryway to the modern and airy site.
These neon-bright flowers will stop people in their tracks along paths and entryways.
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First Known Use of entryway
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Definition of entryway for English Language Learners
: a place for entering something
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