- From door + frame. (Wiktionary)
“THE top of a standard doorframe is six feet eight inches from the floor.”
“Instead, leaning negligently against the doorframe was the very devil she had summoned, looking every inch the aristocrat in a navy superfine jacket that molded his rugged shoulders, cream brocade waistcoat that emphasized his broad chest, and dove-gray trousers that hugged his muscular thighs.”
“Above the right-hand corner of the doorframe was a rusted nail with a key hanging from it.”
“By the edge of the doorframe was the usual door control and intercom, installed both inside and outside rooms.”
“Bright orange tape lines the left side of the doorframe.”
“Lee punched a long sequence into the pad by the doorframe.”
“His legs went from underneath him and he reached for the doorframe to stop from falling, cutting his palm as he did.”
“The incubus lingered at the opening of the kitchen, leaning on one arm against the doorframe, the other hand casually holding a dishrag over his important bits.”
“His T-shirt clung to his chest as he leaned against the doorframe.”
“Rafiq Maqbool/Associated Press TIGHT FIT: Commuters held onto the doorframe on a packed train in Mumbai Friday.”
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