Lions' heads were also carved on the columns which formed the doorposts of the city-gate.
In every house a he-lamb was to be slain, and its blood to be sprinkled on the doorposts of the house.
Entering he found Sieur Landoys standing near the doorposts.
In addition to this, I noticed that the doorposts, themselves, were gnawed in places.
The doorposts are green, the lintel is of silver taken in battle.
The doors were of gold, with silver lintel and doorposts, and brazen threshold.
He would have had a pang, as when he kissed the doorposts of his room at Mirfield on departing.
It is usual in Bath to see the old sign of the checker-board on the doorposts of taverns.
Had Bold addressed himself to the doorposts in Mount Olympus, they would have shown as much outward sign of assent or dissent.
This is the herb, so the legend says, which the Israelites in Egypt dipped in sacrificial blood to mark their doorposts.