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Entrant   Listen
noun
Entrant  n.  
1.
One who enters; a beginner. "The entrant upon life."
2.
An applicant for admission.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Entrant" Quotes from Famous Books



... usually make their own cold-chisels. These are not used where the scissors and file can be conveniently and economically employed. The re-entrant rectangles on the bracelet represented in Fig. 4, Pl. XIX, were cut with a cold-chisel and ...
— Navajo Silversmiths • Washington Matthews

... gained through chimneys rough and steep That crumble at a careless touch, and send A rattling train of rubble bounding down The icy slopes, which great crevasses rend. Re-entrant over here the mountain dips Into a gulf, ...
— The Last West and Paolo's Virginia • G. B. Warren



Words linked to "Entrant" :   traveller, fledgling, neophyte, intruder, re-entrant, recruit, beginner, freshman, contestant, tiro, good, novice, newcomer, initiate, interloper, enlistee, trespasser, fledgeling, trade good



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