French door

  1. a light door with transparent or glazed panels extending the full length
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How To Use French door In A Sentence

  • Through french doors, views of rolling countryside extended down to the sea and the tiny cove that gives the hotel its name. Times, Sunday Times
  • The four-storey house in Maida Vale has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double living room, large fitted kitchen-diner with French doors on to the landscaped garden and a state-of-the art buzzer entry system. A Tangled Web
  • The muffled sound of the melodic minuet being played by the orchestra could be heard behind the French doors that had been tightly shut.
  • The design is sleek and minimalist with spacious rooms with french doors and balconies. Times, Sunday Times
  • The houses have brick and cream rendered front elevations, Rationel front doors, windows and French doors, part glazed reception doors, fitted kitchens and bathrooms.
  • There are also two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and one with an impressive carved oak fireplace, and French doors to the garden.
  • He walked across to the French doors and reached up to the hiding place behind the curtain for the Chubb key, hanging from its little hook. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • The living room enjoys front garden views through a large picture window and includes an open fireplace with Welsh slate hearth, while the dining room has French doors to a timber deck in the back garden.
  • Then I shot through the glass panels of a French door.
  • The two back properties have french doors that open on to first-floor balconies overlooking four 30ft gardens. Times, Sunday Times
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