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Door

Pronunciation of Door
/dˈɔː/, /dˈɔː/, /d_ˈɔː/

Synonyms for door:

Sense 1 (noun)

doorbell, doorstop, doorplate, arch, doorknocker, doorpost, doorknob, doorjamb.

Sense 2 (noun)

bay window, fog, fanlight, back door, double glazing, fire door, dormer, casement.

admittance (noun)

entree.

entrance (noun)

aperture, opening, input, access, ingress, intake, entryway, entrance.

opening (noun)

gap, pore, chasm, portal, embouchure, mouth, yawning, hatch, inlet, gate, orifice.

threshold (noun)

sill, doorstep.

Sense 1

molding, hinge, fanlight, windowsill, double glazing, casement, doorbell, French windows, rose window, doorstop, sliding door, oriel window, mullion, nameplate, stable door, pane, sash, peephole, window frame, doorknocker, picture window, lintel, ledge, doorpost, swinging door, window pane, hatchway, swing door, lancet, Trapdoor, sash window, front door, grille, back door, French doors, skylight, doorplate, bay window, jamb, window ledge, pediment, doorjamb, fire door, screen door, dormer, sill, doorknob, spyhole, knocker.

Sense 2

knob, grating, revolving door, Glazing, transom, lantern, woodwork, origin, letterbox, fog.

Sense 3

panel, way out, frame.

Sense 4

window, arch.

Sense 5

handle.

Sense 6

wind.

Sense 15

lead.

arch

pylon.

course

way.

gate

passageway.

Usage examples for door:

  • And I made for the door. - "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.
  • Are you ready to go see what they have next door? - "An Encounter in Atlanta", Ed Howdershelt.
  • It was Mr. Bullfinch at the door. - "Jerry's Charge Account", Hazel Hutchins Wilson.

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