Did you mayhaps mean overstepping?
- v. present participle of doorstep.
“That Sunday, a senior IPCC official called the Guardian to complain that a reporter had been "doorstepping" the church where the Tomlinson family had gone to mourn the dead man.”
“The reference to Hyde related to an article she wrote in late November in which she wrongly accused The Sun of doorstepping a member of the Leveson inquiry team the story was swiftly amended and the paper immediately apologised: see here.”
“Having apparently exhausted the stores of sneering it could direct at Christine Bleakley last weekend, this "news" - paper turned to its next obvious target, Harper Lee, essentially doorstepping the 84-year-old recluse.”
“The BBC have been doorstepping his home in Fife, but Brown has not responded.”
“Pitiful though it was, the scary music and sub - Roger Cook doorstepping could have left the average viewer drowsing after their dinner with the impression they were witnessing the unmasking of some heinous conspiracy.”
“Like some shambling Columbo, he amasses the evidence, takes witness statements from the victims and then starts doorstepping the guilty parties.”
“By the way, you might also notice that the Commissioner is based in Comox, so there is not much likelihood that anyone will be doorstepping him over this – or indeed, any other issue.”
“Tomorrow it's a morning of street campaigning in Sheringham, Cromer and North Walsham before some doorstepping in NW and several villages.”
“Interestingly, the Conservatives have been doorstepping in Castleford for the first time in many years - bit of a pointless exercise if you ask me....”
“They're criticised for their very aggressive character over there, since legal firms tend to go doorstepping consumers.”
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