Examples of entryway in a Sentence
a small entryway to receive visitors
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Just about everywhere in the home — family room, dining room, kitchen counter and garden window, entryway and office — is decorated with something related to Christmas.
In recent years, many have made substantial investments in safety measures such as cameras and secure entryways.
The woman, who told me she was 62 one day and 65 another, has slept in the fast food restaurant’s entryway for at least three years, her belongings piled high in shopping carts and stuffed into suitcases spread all around her.
Her front entryway is a picturesque Southern tableau.
Hewn out of the shell of the former Hotel Washington, the W’s public areas retain the best of its 1917 Beaux Arts architecture, with soaring arched entryways, 20-foot cathedral windows, and ornate Grecian plasterwork.
Police found a man dead in the entryway, his legs outside the door.
Local media said police first found the severed heads of two victims in coolers in the apartment’s entryway.
Beyond the round entryway a screening room awaits, allowing you and two dozen others to enjoy classic movies for free.
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