from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The main entrance to a building or house, normally fronts onto a street
- n. The normal portal page to a website.
- n. The path of a pitch which starts inside and then slides over the plate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the door in the front wall of a building, usually the principal entrance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. exterior door (at the entrance) at the front of a building
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We make it to the front door in time to see Patagonians coming up the walk, terrible in their attire and silent demeanor, carrying machetes, one in a full wedding dress including even the veil and two others wearing dress shirts and sports coats but no pants so you can see their half-tumescent dicks.
There was a handwritten sign, “Diphtheria,” posted on their front door so that no one, not even a telegram delivery woman, would think of ringing their bell and having that door opened.
Ivan Sergeevich, looking uneasy, aims a little smile toward my mother, who unbolts the front door with aggressive efficiency.
The five-second walk between the car and the massive front door takes approximately twelve forevers.
Mother stopped at the front door of the Zamora Temple and checked our clothes, straightened Willie's collar, licked her fingers and rubbed a spot of dirt from John's cheek.
I shrugged the remains of the chair from my arm and reached the hallway just in time to see the front door slam open and Pudd's long brown frame disappear to the right.
Dad kicked the front door open, knocking the nail that held the wooden lock out of the doorframe and rattling the thread-spool doorknob.
Lonnie walked us to the front door where a super-stretch limo was idling.
Then I headed for the front door and I noticed two things—the window behind the futon-couch was wide-open with no screen and it led to a fire escape, which would make the place pretty vulnerable to a break-in, though the unlocked door made things even easier, and I also saw that there was a cell phone on the coffee table.
There was a bell on the door frame to the right, in case anyone somehow managed to sneak in the front door without Ms. Torrance turning on them like a hungry rottweiler.