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enplane to enter an aircraft, esp. as a passenger.
enterable combined form of enter.
entrance1 ability or permission to enter; admission. [1/3 definitions]
entry the right to enter. [1/7 definitions]
escalade to climb up and enter by ladder. [1/2 definitions]
French kiss a kiss in which the partners' tongues enter each other's mouths; soul kiss.
get in to go in; enter. [1/2 definitions]
hunt to enter into a pursuit for animals with the intent of killing them for food or sport. [1/8 definitions]
impenetrable impossible to penetrate or enter; impervious. [1/3 definitions]
infiltrate to pass into a place or group as though by filtering; enter or become established gradually or secretly, esp. for destructive purposes. [1/4 definitions]
ingress the right to enter. [1/3 definitions]
input to put or cause to be put in; enter (data or other information) in a computer, ledger, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
interlope to enter into an area of business, esp. trade, without a license. [1/2 definitions]
intervene to enter a situation so as to change what is happening. [1/3 definitions]
intromit to allow, cause, or assist to enter; introduce; admit.
intrude to enter or thrust oneself in when not invited or welcomed. [1/2 definitions]
invade to enter as an enemy, by force, in order to conquer or plunder. [2/4 definitions]
keyboard to enter (data) into a computer using a keyboard. [1/4 definitions]
knock to strike something, esp. a door so as to get permission to enter. [1/9 definitions]
load to enter a vehicle of transport. [1/14 definitions]
log on to enter a computer system with a password.