Definition of 'doorpost'
Example sentences containing 'doorpost'
As he waited for someone to answer the bell, he leaned his head against the doorpost, almost asleep on his feet.THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
As the first wave of furious men had attacked, he had been knocked fortuitously backwards, cracking his head against a vertical doorpost.THE SCAR A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
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