Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
First of all, I'm an atheist and right there I get nailed to most barndoors, even the liberal barndoors.
Oftentimes they left their wretched victims from whom they had plundered their all, hung up by their arms, and sometimes by their thumbs, on barndoors, enduring the agony of wounds that had been inflicted to wrest from them their property.
The day hardened in colour, the light coming in at the barndoors upwards from the snow instead of downwards from the sky.
The dust was flying in clouds from the open barndoors when the "poor