Noun(1) the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of wood or stone that forms the bottom of a doorway and offers support when passing through a doorway
(1) Finally, after ten minutes of coaxing, she got me to the doorstep of my house and hesitantly I pressed the doorbell.(2) When I take my first step off of the doorstep , I hear the door behind me open and I can feel his eyes on my back.(3) He came upon the doorstep of his next door neighbour's house, and rang the doorbell.(4) I skipped up my doorstep and threw the door open.(5) He always met Bryan and me at the doorstep of their house with a teary eye and a happy hug.(6) His servant had said at the doorstep of his house that her master was down with a cold and was not liable to come out and play with them.(7) Then he opened the door and stepped out onto the doorstep .(8) If you don't lay that at the doorstep of the White House, I don't know where you lay it.(9) doorstep sandwiches(10) he put his foot on the doorstep of the cottage(11) He walked up to the doorstep of the small house.(12) They would jump out from behind the bushes and scare the girls and we would scream in exaggerated fright and run to the doorstep of the next house on the block.(13) Ideally there should be easy access between the kitchen and the doorstep or main entrance of the house.(14) She stepped up to the doorstep and rang the bell.(15) I could see them from the doorstep of the house where I grew up.(16) As he was recognized the following morning at the doorstep of his house, the family's horror turned into jubilation.
(1) doorstep :: faitotoa
1. threshold ::
2. doorsill ::
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