Examples of entryway in a Sentence
a small entryway to receive visitors
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During the search of Lee’s home, officers recovered a 20-gauge shotgun along with a box of Winchester 20-gauge ammunition near Lee in the front entryway.
There was a ton of construction going on throughout the Open, including a grand entryway and the makings of a new Louis Armstrong Stadium with a retractable roof.
In 1929, cracks began forming in the grand entryway of the Boston Public Library after leaks into a sewer pipe dropped the water level in that part of Back Bay, causing the tops of many of the structure’s pilings to rot.
Twin tunnels have been newly built underneath the property as an entryway to the new Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Ohio River.
Walking into the building for the first time was a revelation: A large portrait of the Obamas adorns the entryway, and brightly colored photographs of civil-rights leaders — male and female — grace the walls.
Sketches filed with the city replace the arches over the entryways with stucco parapet walls.
Uma Thurman’s character from Pulp Fiction gets similarly doughnut-ized on a painting in the entryway.
The suspect and the officer were left alone in the store’s entryway, and the man became agitated and made profane, hostile remarks to the officer.
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