At last a folding-door was thrown open; they rushed pell-mell into a salon.
Suddenly the office servant, in the town livery, opened a folding-door.
The sudden opening of the folding-door interrupted her flow of talk.
At length Mrs. Arras rose, and opening a folding-door, beckoned me into the adjoining room.
A folding-door lay open before them into a large chamber, littered with boxes, trunks, and travelling gear of all kinds.
The Duke of Norfolk, in the second act, "opens a folding-door; the king is discovered sitting and reading pensively."
There is another evil which I am at this moment reminded of, and that is the folding-door evil.
But suddenly two of the men bore heavily on the folding-door, which gave way before their thrust and let the whole gang through.
He sipped his wine, with one eye on the folding-door and the other maintaining some interest in the sketches before him.
The lackey opened both wings of the folding-door, and the marquis entered, followed by several servants with boxes and packets.