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access authorization or ability to enter, look at, or use something. [1/5 definitions]
admittance permission to enter; right of entry. [1/2 definitions]
barker1 a person who stands at the entrance to a carnival, show, or the like, loudly encouraging people to buy tickets to enter. [1/2 definitions]
bill1 to enter, list, or make (a statement of costs) for. [1/7 definitions]
board to enter or climb into or on. [1/8 definitions]
book to list or enter in a book. [2/12 definitions]
bracero a Mexican laborer allowed to enter the United States temporarily in order to perform seasonal or migrant work.
break in to enter forcefully and illicitly. [1/2 definitions]
calendar to enter on a calendar. [1/4 definitions]
challenge a provocative or stimulating invitation to enter into a battle or other contest of skill. [2/7 definitions]
come to arrive or enter. [1/9 definitions]
contract to establish or enter into by formal agreement. [1/8 definitions]
cosmic rays streams of high-energy charged atomic nuclei or other particles that enter the earth's atmosphere from outer space.
credit to enter in a person's account as a credit, or sum of money. [1/12 definitions]
creep to enter or advance unnoticed. [1/12 definitions]
crossword a puzzle in which the player must guess words from numbered clues and enter them in the correspondingly numbered series of vertical or horizontal squares; crossword puzzle.
crossword puzzle a puzzle in which the player must guess words from numbered clues and enter them in the correspondingly numbered series of vertical or horizontal squares.
customhouse a government office or building, usu. at a seaport, where customs on imports are collected and ships are cleared to enter or leave port.
debit to enter on the left-hand side of a double-entry accounts ledger. [1/5 definitions]
docket to enter into a court calendar or book of proceedings. [1/7 definitions]
enplane to enter an aircraft, esp. as a passenger.