Ironically, this coincides with feeling jaded about said entree.
“He had an entree, and I feel that he was very much embraced by the people that he took pictures of,” Marin Hopper says.
Instead of slaving over the sauce just before dinner, you can chat with your guests, or concentrate on the entree.
Her salary would have given her entree to the board of any cultural institution she eyed, but she didn't seem to be interested.
With such an entree into life, how was it possible that he should ever become a master?
Did I understand you to say that you have the—the entree at Knightsbridge House?
But your boys have the entree; the 'rats' (so were they called) are free to pass in and out.
You shall have them the day after the king's entree into Vaux.
This gave Ben an opportunity to make his first entree into politics.
There were frequently from ten to twelve persons at this first entree.
1724, "opening piece of an opera or ballet," from French entrée, from Old French entree (see entry). Cookery sense is from 1759; originally the dish which was introductory to the main course. The word had been borrowed in Middle English as entre "act of entering."