Synonyms for inlet
ˈɪn lɛt, -lɪt; ˈɪnˌlɛt, ɪnˈlɛtin·let
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Entrance, the act of entering, refers merely to the fact of passing from without to within some enclosure; admission and admittance refer to entering by or with some one's consent, or at least to opportunity afforded by some one's act or neglect. We may effect or force an entrance, but not admittance or admission; those we gain, procure, obtain, secure, win. Admittance refers to place, admission refers also to position, privilege, favor, friendship, etc. An intruder may gain admittance to the hall of a society who would not be allowed admission to its membership. Approach is a movement toward another; access is coming all the way to his presence, recognition, and consideration. An unworthy favorite may prevent even those who gain admittance to a king's audience from obtaining any real access to the king. Entrance is also used figuratively for setting out upon some career, or becoming a member of some organization; as, we speak of one's entrance upon college life, or of entrance into the ministry.
Entrance into a place; on or upon a work or course of action; into or upon office; into battle; by or through the door; within the gates; into or among the company.
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Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes
an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands)
an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
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We requested when he was out in the water, that he fish the river and Intracoastal (Waterway), he could go as far as the rocks and inlet.
The storm generates a wave that moves towards the shore, and is amplified by a shallow continental shelf and inlet, bay, or other coastal feature.
Idleness is an inlet to disorder, and makes way for licentiousness. People who have nothing to do are quickly tired of their own company.
All south shore of the Burrard inlet port operations have been shut down, including rail and truck access.
We were trolling, about 70 miles from Manasquan Inlet, for Bluefin tuna, and we hooked a very nice fish, we did n’t see Captain Dave Bender, but we could n’t gain much on Captain Dave Bender.
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