= opening, entry, entrance, exit, doorway, ingress, egress •
I was knocking at the front door.
See lay at someone's door
- = blame, charge, censure, hold responsible, impute to •
The blame is generally laid at the door of the government.
- = in the open air, outside, outdoors, out, out of the house, alfresco •
The weather was fine for working out of doors.
- = throw out, remove, eject, evict, turn out, bounce (slang), oust, drive out, boot out (informal), ask to leave, show out, throw out on your ear (informal) •
Would they forgive him or show him the door?
See out of doors
See show someone the door