outside door

NOUN
  1. a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
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How To Use outside door In A Sentence

  • At the threshold, the boys carefully wipe their feet, not just on the outside doormat, but on the inside one, too.
  • Shake outside door mat and sweep the area beneath.
  • These include fitting an alarm, making sure deadlocks are fitted to outside doors and making sure valuables are kept out of view.
  • Steve Cooper was standing in an outside doorway of the building he owns in downtown Olympia.
  • Steve Cooper was standing in an outside doorway of the building he owns in downtown Olympia.
  • Unlike the ground floor entrances, this one had no entryphone, just the same seven-lever mortice lock as the other outside doors. Deadline for Murder
  • an outside door
  • The outside door to the flats, two floors below the explosion, was blown off its hinges.
  • All outside doors should be fitted with deadlocks.
  • Then, out of sight, they jemmied the outside door and smashed through another internal door, which was locked.
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