doorkeeper[ dawr-kee-per, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doorkeeper
Synonyms for doorkeeper
- cleaning person
- house sitter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOORKEEPER
Under the archway, he gave his key as usual to the doorkeeper.
He was doorkeeper to the household, so he began on the duties of his menial position.
Henry's Gerald, by the way, had died as doorkeeper at a restaurant called the Trianon.
Occasionally he consulted with Brother Peyton, the doorkeeper.
The doorkeeper of the palace was cleaning wheat, but he grew drowsy and slept.
"He does not live here now, madame," answered the doorkeeper.
The doorkeeper, from his pigeon-hole, handed her some letters.
But she walked directly to the doorkeeper at the end of the room.
The doorkeeper slipped into the room, and there was a silent, anxious interval.
Go to the doorkeeper and get your money, and cut your stick—vamose the ranch!