Homophones for entrance, entrants

entrance / entrants [ˈɛntrəns]

entrance – n. – 1. the act or an instance of coming or going in; 2. door, passage, etc., by which one entres; 3. the right or privilege of admission; 4. the moment or point of the script where the performer comes on stage;
Do Not Confuse With entrance [enˈtræn(t)s] – v. tr. – 1. enchant, delight; 2. put into a trance

entrants – n. pl. of entrant – 1. a person who enters a competition, a candidate in an examination; 2. a person who enters a school, profession, etc., or becomes a member of an organization; 3. a company or product which enters a new market, field, competition, etc.