doorpost

[ dawr-pohst, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doorpost

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Leaning against the doorpost, he at first chuckled and then roared.

In his perturbation he even forgets to kiss the mezuzah on the doorpost.

Peter demanded, leaning against the doorpost as she stood on the landing.

In a niche in the doorpost hung a small roll of parchment in a case.

She stood with one hand resting on the doorpost and in her eyes expectancy.

Brightly stood with his back to the doorpost, facing the assembly.

Rose clung to the doorpost, and watched him; then she ran to the gate.

He took the lamp from the table and held it up towards the doorpost.

And I measured myself against the doorpost, and found that I was very big.

He let his arm and hand fall from the doorpost to his side like dead things.

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