doormat[ dawr-mat, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doormat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOORMAT
Mr. Darco darted and shook her as if she had been a doormat.
"If you're looking for a doormat to wipe your feet on, I'll send for Tony," he jeered.
Any man that wears clothes like a doormat will let you make a doormat of him!
If you want to know, she's got a right to make a doormat of me.
A sweet child with ted pigtails was playing with shells on the doormat.
Some of the islands were a mile in area, some no bigger than a doormat.
She knelt down on her own doormat, and we exchanged loving greetings.
"Dead as a doormat," announced her brother, after a hasty examination.
This particular specimen, when I saw him, looked more like part of a doormat.
He is not quite content, however, to be simply the doormat of American civilization.