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Common Entrance

noun

  1. (in Britain) an entrance examination for a public school, usually taken at the age of 13


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There were two harbours, which had one common entrance, seventy feet broad, and shut up with chains.

To which of the flat-dwellers would they be supposed to belong, if they grouped themselves at the common entrance?

The common entrance of the tower is on the west side through four gates, which are daily opened with much form and ceremony.

From such sketches it appears that several houses might have a common entrance.

He followed her through the common entrance of the apartment house into her Saal.

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