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Things enter often describes (“enter ________”)
number, text, name, password, value, data, amount, information, key, mail, date, values, grade, range, mode, table, messenger, servant, choice, code, tab, sub, chart, numbers, keys, field, gain, rate, word, tax, graph, filename, options, username, price, letter, chorus, size, index, list, names, message, user, age, description, location, procession, nurse, prise, combination, educate, keyword, query, specification, prairie, type, chastity, commands, today, string, hostname, programmes, command, space, option, total, king, box, face, no., cost, sample, linkage, mrs, help, initiatives, soldiers, salary, details, books, title, heading, start, rainfall, guards, angle, score, switch, temperature, doctor, logo, select

How enter often is described (“________ enter”)
ctrl, prompt, click, shift, hit, alt, select, clear, correct, press, variable, key, cmd, rich, equal, print, procedure, and, how, benign, keyalg, logical, blank, profane, please, input, line, touch, alias, golden, int, static, stop, rear, handle, option

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See enter used in context: 100+ rhymes, 744 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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