- entrance pupil,
- entrapment neuropathy,
- entre nous,
Origin of entrant
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She, with the others, had turned toward the entrant, her eyes remaining upon him until now.Wolf Breed|Jackson Gregory
But the Frenchman hung on doggedly, not ten feet behind, and a few feet further back the English entrant tore along.
Then the two turned to the midnight entrant in the dark precincts of Cedar Ridge.The Orchard Secret|Cleo Garis
This does not mean that the entrant for ballet honors has nothing to do but go at once upon the stage, a completed artiste.The Art of Stage Dancing|Ned Wayburn
The Belgian entrant had been forced to drop out altogether, on account of engine trouble.
Word Origin for entrant
1630s, of professions, etc.; 1838, of contests; from French entrant, present participle of entrer (see enter).