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Door

n.1.An opening in the wall of a house or of an apartment, by which to go in and out; an entrance way.
2.The frame or barrier of boards, or other material, usually turning on hinges, by which an entrance way into a house or apartment is closed and opened.
At last he came unto an iron door
That fast was locked.
- Spenser.
3.Passage; means of approach or access.
I am the door; by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved.
- John x. 9.
4.An entrance way, but taken in the sense of the house or apartment to which it leads.
Martin's office is now the second door in the street.
- Arbuthnot.
Blank door
(Arch.) etc. (Arch.) See under Blank, Blind, etc.
In doors
within the house.
Next door to
near to; bordering on.
Noun1.door - a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle; "he knocked on the door"; "he slammed the door as he left"
2.door - the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close; "he stuck his head in the doorway"
3.door - anything providing a means of access (or escape); "we closed the door to Haitian immigrants"; "education is the door to success"
4.door - a structure where people live or work (usually ordered along a street or road); "the office next door"; "they live two doors up the street from us"
5.door - a room that is entered via a door; "his office is the third door down the hall on the left"

DOOR. The place of usual entrance in a house, or into a room in the house.
     2. To authorize the breach of an outer door in order to serve process, the process must be of a criminal nature; and even then a demand of admittance must first have been refused. 5 Co. 93; 4 Leon. 41; T. Jones, 234; 1 N. H. Rep. 346; 10 John. 263; 1 Root, 83 , 134; 21 Pick. R. 156. The outer door may also be broken open for the purpose of executing a writ of habere facias. 5 Co. 93; Bac. Ab. Sheriff, N. 3.
     3. An outer door cannot in general be broken for the purpose of serving civil process; 13 Mass. 520; but after the defendant has been arrested, and he takes refuge in his own house, the officer may justify breaking an outer door to take him. Foster, 320; 1 Roll. R. 138; Cro. Jac. 555.; 10 Wend. 300; 6 Hill, N. Y. Rep. 597. When once an officer is in the house, he may break open an inner door to make an arrest. Kirby, 386 5 John. 352; 17 John. 127, See 1 Toull. n. 214, p. 88.

To dream that you are entering through a door, signifies new opportunities that will be presented before you. You are entering into a new stage in your life and moving from one level of consciousness to another. In particular, a door that opens to the outFrench door, access, adit, admission, admittance, archway, avenue, back door, barway, blowhole, bulkhead, carriage entrance, cellar door, cellarway, channel, chute, debouch, doorjamb, doorpost, doorway, egress, emunctory, entrance, entranceway, entree, entry, entryway, escape, estuary, exhaust, exit, floodgate, flume, front door, gate, gatepost, gateway, hatch, hatchway, ingress, lintel, loophole, opening, out, outcome, outfall, outgate, outgo, outlet, porch, pore, port, portal, porte cochere, postern, propylaeum, pylon, sally port, scuttle, side door, sluice, spiracle, spout, stile, storm door, tap, threshold, tollgate, trap, trap door, turnpike, turnstile, vent, ventage, venthole, vomitory, way, way out, weir
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doodlesack
doofus
doohickey
doole
Doolittle
Dooly
Doom
Doom palm
Doom-book or dom-bec a book in which alfred the great
Doomage
doomed
Doomful
Doomsday
Doomsday Book
Doomsman
Doomster
-- Door --
door guard
Door Knocker
door latch
door prize
door-to-door
doorbell
Doorcase
Doorcheek
doorframe
Doorga
doorhandle
Dooring
doorjamb
Doorkeeper
doorknob
doorknocker
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