trap door

  1. a hinged or sliding door in a floor or ceiling
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How To Use trap door In A Sentence

  • Nancy knew she'd be a sitting duck when she raised the trap door.
  • Nancy knew she'd be a sitting duck when she raised the trap door.
  • Some racquets feature a trap door on the butt cap allow easy removal of drill flash.
  • In one corner a ladder went up to an open trap door.
  • When Clamm tumbled out of the trap door and into the midst of the hurly-burly in the kitchen yard, the chickens assumed that reinforcements had arrived for the other side. Clamm Moves « Unknowing
  • The dirt had to be scraped away to uncover a trap door.
  • He also restored the inglenook fireplace to its original size, sourcing 2in Tudor bricks from a salvage yard, and reinstated a trap door, the only way to the master bedroom.
  • It's an image of fathomless, shocking power, like lifting a trap door and glimpsing something beautiful and noisome, fascinating and unknowable.
  • While surveying the interior architecture of a lean-to connected to the salt-box section of the house, we noticed a small trap door in the ceiling of a closet. Remembering Africa Under the Eaves
  • In 1866 the first centerfire American cartridge rifle appeared in the form of the 1866 Springfield Trap Door chambered in .50-70.
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