doorknob

[ dawr-nob, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doorknob

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He paused, his hand upon the doorknob, and turned to loose a last shaft at them.

Anderton picked up the phone and I took a firm hold on the doorknob.

Ye was froze harder'n a doorknob, but I guess I'm goin' to have ye out all complete.

At the head of the steps he fumbled with his hand until he found a doorknob.

"I'm sorry I can't sell my sample," I said, with my hand on the doorknob.

He kept his hand on the doorknob and watched the man carefully.

Another bang, followed by an imperious rattling of the doorknob.

She reached for the doorknob and turned it and opened the door.

Judge Wilton's unsteady voice, supplemented by a rattling of the doorknob, roused him.

He saw Cooley's hand on the doorknob; saw the door swing open.

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