- n. Plural form of door.
“You have got its corn laws repealed for it; try if you cannot get corn laws established for it dealing in a better bread; bread made of that old enchanted Arabian grain, the Sesame, which opens doors; doors not of robbers, but of Kings Treasuries.”
“The four-page risk assessment for opening metal doors is obviously geared to those who must try for it without benefit of vertebra.”
“Soon, witnesses say, "Sgt. Bill" was kicking in doors, brandishing a shotgun and making arrests.”
“He can kick in doors and jump out of planes, roust insurgents, and rescue hostages.”
“Then Congress and declare it as a maximum security cell, put razor wire around it and lock to doors from the outside.”
“Through the double doors is a flasher, unrequited love that's more embarrassing than classically tragic (thus all the more tragic), a guy shooting up, a police beating and a pervasive sense of status anxiety.”
“I belong to local message boards and there have been episodes of residential break-ins which have included kicking in doors when the residents have been away from home.”
“Any executive orders or legislating based on what two people do behind closed doors is stupid.”
“One of the doors is to a closet that houses all the boxes for my statues, so I thought why not put shelves across it too as I am crammed for space.”
“We cant have too much clothing flapping about being caught in doors or making it difficult to get in and out of a car.”
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