double door

NOUN
  1. two vertical doors that meet in the middle of the door frame when closed
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How To Use double door In A Sentence

  • Heavy double doors closed with amplified loud scraping before a final crash as they came together and locked.
  • There it was, finally, complete with the slate-gray lighting, blaring hippish soundtrack and chirpy “greeters” — Britney, Mariah, Amber, Becky, Megan, you know the type — just inside the double doors, anxious as all get-out to welcome you to your next dining experience. Lil Patty Grows Up : Patricia Smith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • I paused outside the carved double doors, gathering my dignity and composure around me like a shield.
  • Reminiscent of a traditional baronial style house, the Strathallan is entered through a vestibule with double doors.
  • I started towards the double doors, thinking that I should explain in person.
  • He indicated a steel roll-up type double door on the far right wall. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
  • Enter through the glazed double doors into a lofty beamed sitting room. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's just so close to the wall it looks on the schematic like they're double doors.
  • Double doors lead from here to a decked patio.
  • Then, suddenly, a jolt of shock went coursing through her as she glanced beyond the double doors, toward the gates of the school.
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