Ingress is the action of entering a place, the entrance itself, or the right or permission to enter a place.
If someone transgresses something, he violates a boundary or limit, such as rules of social behavior or moral principles.
Egress is the act of going out or exiting from an enclosed space; it can also be the exit itself.
When you digress while speaking or writing, you temporarily depart or stray from the central focus or topic at hand.
Regression is the falling back or return to a previous state.
An aggressive person is likely to attack someone or something; a person of this type can also really want to win and so works very hard to do so.
When you are making progress on something, such as a job or project, you are moving along well, getting things done, and getting closer to completing it.
a disposition to behave aggressively
someone who attacks
the legislature of the United States government
a message that departs from the main subject
of superficial relevance if any
Act of entering; entrance.
a policy of not initiating hostilities
favoring or promoting progress
go back to a statistical means
the act of transgressing
someone who transgresses
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