entryway

noun
en·​try·​way | \ ˈen-trē-ˌwā How to pronounce entryway (audio) \

Definition of entryway

: a passage for entrance

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Examples of entryway in a Sentence

a small entryway to receive visitors

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One of Caan’s biggest challenges was combatting the high ceilings in the home—particularly the entryway, which looked rather cavernous in size, as well as fairly oddly-shaped. Nikhita Mahtani, House Beautiful, "How to Budget for a Second Home—Without Sacrificing Style," 29 Aug. 2019 Used to automatically tag photos on Facebook and unlock people’s iPhones, the systems have fueled a cottage industry of companies offering to secure school entryways, unlock office doors and identify people at public events. Drew Harwell, The Denver Post, "Summer camps use facial recognition so parents can watch from home," 25 Aug. 2019 Used to automatically tag photos on Facebook and unlock people’s iPhones, the systems have fueled a cottage industry of companies offering to secure school entryways, unlock office doors and identify people at public events. Drew Harwell, Washington Post, "As summer camps turn on facial recognition, parents demand: More smiles, please," 9 Aug. 2019 The four tables are separated from the entryway, and from one another, with heavy curtains and lighted shelves of wine glasses, and an overhead spotlight is trained onto each of the dark wood tables. Jonathan Kauffman, SFChronicle.com, "Baumé in Palo Alto has two Michelin stars — and only two staff," 22 June 2018 There are also a new office space, pro shop and lots of Kings branding in the facility’s entryway, as well as new signage going up on top of the building. Anthony Clark Carpio, Burbank Leader, "Renovated Pickwick ice rink is ready for puck drop," 9 Aug. 2019 Out front, the house features charming details like a pedimented porch, an arched roof over the entryway, dark window shutters, and (of course, this is Los Angeles after all) palm trees. Chelsey Sanchez, Harper's BAZAAR, "You Can Now Buy Meghan Markle’s Former L.A. Home—for $1.8 Million!," 5 Aug. 2019 To the right of the entryway, the living room is anchored by a stocky brick chimney and fireplace flanked by wood panels, while a ribbon of tall windows and glass doors opens to an enticing four-season sunroom. Jon Gorey, BostonGlobe.com, "For sale: Mid-century modern homes in Woburn and Acton," 14 June 2019 From the glimpses we were shown, Kylie's office has a giant entryway, several conference rooms, an area filled with tables for eating, and a room for photoshoots. Kathryn Lindsay, refinery29.com, "The 8 Least Relatable Things That Happen In Kylie Jenner's "Day In The Life" Vlog," 6 June 2019

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First Known Use of entryway

1746, in the meaning defined above

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entryway

noun

English Language Learners Definition of entryway

: a place for entering something

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