Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A door with all its appendages.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The frame of a door.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Present participle of door.
  • noun obsolete The frame of a door.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • What I do know is that after 1 year, 4800km, 1 "dooring", several wipe-outs, a few flats, a couple of blizzards, and daily rides of 14km each way, I still love the bike.

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  • What I do know is that after 1 year, 4800km, 1 "dooring", several wipe-outs, a few flats, a couple of blizzards, and daily rides of 14km each way, I still love the bike.

    Technology4Teachers

  • What I do know is that after 1 year, 4800km, 1 "dooring", several wipe-outs, a few flats, a couple of blizzards, and daily rides of 14km each way, I still love the bike.

    Technology4Teachers

  • They actually reduce congestionAvoid dooring cyclists It's illegal and can be fatalRealise cyclists are vulnerable In any impact, cyclists are the losers.

    Car review: VW Golf Cabriolet

  • Pat Quinn, a Democrat, ordered the state to start tracking "dooring" collisions, which occur when motorists carelessly open doors and cyclists crash into them.

    States move to make biking safer

  • Least of all the fact that multiple witnesses said that the driver was reponsible for dooring the cyclist into the bus.

    People Are People: Dealing With It

  • And just because people may have objected to superdelegates 30 years ago when they were established, they have become accepted since then, and no one has made proposals to eliminate them accept Obama supporters back dooring that into existence.

    Bill Clinton: Hillary Will Win The Popular Vote In Primary States

  • They might be back-dooring it and asking him what Casey Anthony told her brother about the nanny, what kind of information he received from Casey.

    CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2009

  • First a "non denial denial", then after back-dooring the Canadian Embassy you get the "unequivocal denial".

    Obama Camp Calls Canadian TV Report "Inaccurate"

  • She "had begun to suspect that they were back-dooring information from the program into" FISA applications, Lamberth tells NEWSWEEK.

    The Fed Who Blew the Whistle

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  • a dooring?

    August 3, 2011

  • opening a car door in the path of a cyclist

    August 11, 2013