What is another word for accesses?

Pronunciation: [ˈaksɛsɪz] (IPA)

The word "accesses" refers to the actions of obtaining or being able to enter a place, obtain information, or use a resource. Synonyms for "accesses" include "entry," "admittance," "approach," "entrance," "accessibility," "openness," "availability," "permission," "authorization," "entree," and "ingress." These words are often used in different contexts, such as physical access to a building, digital access to a website or file, or permission to enter a restricted area. It is important to choose the right synonym in order to convey the specific meaning of the sentence and to avoid confusion.

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Usage examples for Accesses

His legs twisted under him, he described short running circles and jumped up and down in accesses of hysteria.
"The Eternal Maiden"
T. Everett Harré
Yes; but how can you now prove the necessity of compensations to a world which wanders out of the way in continued accesses of gain; how persuade it that it is an urgent need, as a preventive against new crises, to shelter towns behind the sacred bulwarks of cloisters?
"En Route"
J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
But it must not be supposed that this madness or possession came only on those persons who predisposed themselves to be attacked by it; others were afflicted with it, who vainly struggled against its influence, and who deeply lamented their own liability to be seized with these terrible accesses of frenzy.
"The Book of Were-Wolves"
Sabine Baring-Gould

Famous quotes with Accesses

  • Video just accesses international information so much more readily.
    Ann Macbeth
  • The true creator-self is a light at heart and free child, who accesses destiny as a simple act of joyful play.
    Bryant McGill

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