Thesaurus / ajar
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His door was ajar, so that he could hear the opening of the door of our room.

DraculaBram Stoker

Again the captain's eyes swept round the room, to guard against any doors that might be ajar.

MacariaAugusta Jane Evans Wilson

The door was ajar, and he stepped into a little hall covered with ingrain carpet.

KMary Roberts Rinehart

This was a disturbing incident, and I was surprised to discover that the door into the adjoining room was ajar.

BlindfoldedEarle Ashley Walcott

The doors connecting these apartments were ajar, but closed enough to conceal one room from the other.

Fashion and FamineAnn S. Stephens

I was in my room; the door was ajar: I could both listen and watch.

Jane EyreCharlotte Bronte

The door was ajar, and your words forced themselves—you know.

Mr. Witt's WidowAnthony Hope

The inner door was ajar, and the laboratory lay before them.

The Doings Of Raffles HawArthur Conan Doyle

The door at the end was ajar, and Snake opened it all the way.

The Jewels of AptorSamuel R. Delany

The door of this familiar apartment was ajar; he pushed it open, and went in.

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