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admission the act, process, or result of allowing entry. [2/4 definitions]
admit to grant entry. [1/4 definitions]
admittance permission to enter; right of entry. [1/2 definitions]
anteroom a small room that acts as an entry to a larger room; waiting room.
bar1 to hinder or obstruct (one's entry), or to keep out by hindering or obstructing. [1/13 definitions]
bouncer (informal) a person employed, esp. in a bar, to eject or prevent entry of unauthorized or disorderly patrons. [1/2 definitions]
breaking and entering the felony of gaining forcible entry to a building belonging to another, with the intent of committing a crime.
burglar someone who forces entry into a building in order to commit robbery.
burgle (informal) to force entry in order to commit robbery; burglarize.
cat burglar a burglar who gains entry through upper windows, roof doors, and the like; second-story man.
catch basin a receptacle at the entry to a sewer designed to trap any matter that might block drainage.
cram to force entry beyond normal capacity; jam. [1/8 definitions]
debit in double-entry bookkeeping, the left-hand side of an accounts ledger, or any entry or sum recorded on the left-hand side. (Cf. credit.) [2/5 definitions]
docket an entry of legal proceedings in a court case, or a book containing such entries. [1/7 definitions]
door a comparable opening or means of access or entry into vehicles or furniture. [2/5 definitions]
doorsill the sill of a doorway or entry; threshold.
fence a structure made of stone, wire, wood, or other material, that serves to define boundaries of property or to prevent entry into or escape from the area it surrounds. [1/5 definitions]
garage door a door for a garage, usually set on rollers in tracks that allow the door to be raised to an overhead position or lowered to close the entry.
guide word a word printed at the top of the page in a reference book, usu. to indicate the first or last entry on that page; catchword.
Gulf of Tonkin a shallow arm of the South China Sea lying between Vietnam and China, purportedly the site of North Vietnamese attacks on US ships that precipitated the United States' entry into the Vietnam War in 1964.
index to make an index of, or place as an entry in an index. [1/10 definitions]