- a passage for affording entrance.
Origin of entryway
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Examples from the Web for entryway
Through this entryway, we came into a broad long room, really a series of light-filled archways.
There was an entryway near here to another courtyard, itself a prelude to the heart of the main temple.
A turban-covered old man sat just inside the entryway, a small bowl for collecting change against the door jam.
Fading newspaper clippings about her family adorn the walls near her office in the entryway to the compound.Book a Room at Vietnam’s ‘Crazy House’
July 11, 2013
There are two flags—one Filipino, the other Israeli—in their entryway.Israel's Forgotten Deportees
July 3, 2012
Then he ran out into the entryway, shouting and calling for his wife and daughter to come.Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates
Then he seized me, pulled me down to the metal floor of the entryway.
It needed no prophet to read the countenance of the dread apparition in the entryway.Penrod
I stood with the girl in the entryway, at a loss what to do.
Tacked up in the entryway of their barracks was a large-scale map.The Scarlet Lake Mystery
Harold Leland Goodwin