door

[ dawr, dohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF door

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOOR

Uncle Peter stood in a flood of light at the door of his room.

The door proved to be locked, but the windows were easily raised.

The door remaining locked, he drew back and kicked the door powerfully.

Ben had drawn off his boots, and was firing them one after the other at the door.

"Nothing, only you locked the door by mistake," said Ben, coolly.

Accordingly he walked up boldly to the door, and rang the bell.

This brings us to his meeting with Halbert Davis at the door.

While he was adjusting this development, another knock came on his door.

It was still daylight, and the door of the next dwelling was open.

At the top she breathed a moment and then knocked at a door before her.

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