Come in at the Door - meaning and definition. What is Come in at the Door
Online Dictionary

What (who) is Come in at the Door - definition

Come in at the Door         
Come in at the Door is the first book in Alabama author William March’s “Pearl County” collection of novels and short fiction. It is an example of the Southern Gothic genre.
The Wittenburg Door         
  • "Thesentür" (door of the theses) memorial at Schlosskirche in [[Lutherstadt Wittenberg]]
  • thumb
The Door/satirical Christian magazine; Wittenburg Door; The Door (satirical Christian magazine)
The Wittenburg Door, sometimes known as simply The Door, was a Christian satire and humor magazine, previously published bimonthly by the non-profit Trinity Foundation based in Dallas, Texas.Encyclopedia of evangelicalism, Randall Herbert Balmer, Verlag Westminster John Knox Press, 2002 The magazine started publication in 1971 and ceased publication in 2008.
  • Parts of a panel or glazed door
  • Joint between midrail, lockrail and a gunstock stile
  • Door of the [[Florence Baptistery]] called ''The Gates of Paradise'', 1425–1452, gilded bronze, height: 5.2 m
  • A frame and filled door
  • Entrance of the [[Kunsthistorisches Museum]] ([[Vienna]], Austria)
  • Transparent awning in [[Luxembourg]], above a door
  • A diagram illustrating the components of a panel door
  • Roman]] folding doors at [[Pompeii]], from the first century AD, similar with Neoclassical doors from the 19th century
  • Palace of São Cristóvão]], the former main residence of the [[Brazilian imperial family]] with gilded [[imperial cypher]]s of Emperor [[Pedro II of Brazil]]
  • ''Evolution Door'', 2013
  • The main types of door mechanisms
  • Roman]] wall painting of an ornate door, in the [[Villa Boscoreale]] (Italy), from the first century AD
  • Glass door decorated with [[Art Nouveau]] elements, from the [[Singer House]] ([[Saint Petersburg]], Russia)
French door; Blind door; French doors; Handing; Door safety; Door guard; Swing door; Bifold door; Inged door; Hinged door; French window; Door And Door-post; Saloon doors; Interior door; DOOR; Door frame; Flush door; Selfbolting door; Door guards; 🚪; Doorframe; Hinged doors; Hinge door; Hinge doors; Hinge-door; Hinge-doors; Hingedoor; Hingedoors; Doors; Door knock; Self-opening door; User:Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam; Types of Doors; Dooor; Wooden door
Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English.
A door is a piece of wood, glass, or metal, which is moved to open and close the entrance to a building, room, cupboard, or vehicle.
I knocked at the front door, but there was no answer...
The policeman opened the door and looked in...
A door is the space in a wall when a door is open.
She looked through the door of the kitchen. Her daughter was at the stove.
= doorway
Doors is used in expressions such as a few doors down or three doors up to refer to a place that is a particular number of buildings away from where you are. (INFORMAL)
Mrs Cade's house was only a few doors down from her daughter's apartment.
N-PLURAL: amount N down/up
see also next door
When you answer the door, you go and open the door because a visitor has knocked on it or rung the bell.
Carol answered the door as soon as I knocked.
PHRASE: V inflects
If you say that someone gets or does something by the back door or through the back door, you are criticizing them for doing it secretly and unofficially.
The government would not allow anyone to sneak in by the back door and seize power by force...
PHRASE: PHR after v [disapproval]
If someone closes the door on something, they stop thinking about it or dealing with it.
We never close the door on a successful series.
PHRASE: V inflects: PHR n
If people have talks and discussions behind closed doors, they have them in private because they want them to be kept secret.
...decisions taken in secret behind closed doors.
PHRASE: PHR after v, PHR n
If someone goes from door to door or goes door to door, they go along a street calling at each house in turn, for example selling something.
They are going from door to door collecting money from civilians.
PHRASE: PHR after v, PHR n
If you talk about a distance or journey from door to door or door to door, you are talking about the distance from the place where the journey starts to the place where it finishes. covering the whole journey from door to door...
If you say that something helps someone to get their foot in the door or their toe in the door, you mean that it gives them an opportunity to start doing something new, usually in an area that is difficult to succeed in.
The bondholding may help the firm get its foot in the door to win the business...
PHRASE: N inflects, PHR after v
If someone shuts the door in your face or slams the door in your face, they refuse to talk to you or give you any information.
Did you say anything to him or just shut the door in his face?
PHRASE: V inflects
If you lay something at someone's door, you blame them for an unpleasant event or situation.
The blame is generally laid at the door of the government.
PHRASE: V inflects
If someone or something opens the door to a good new idea or situation, they introduce it or make it possible.
This book opens the door to some of the most exciting findings in solid-state physics...
PHRASE: V and N inflect, oft PHR to n
When you are out of doors, you are not inside a building, but in the open air.
The weather was fine enough for working out of doors.
= outdoors
PHRASE: PHR after v, v-link PHR
If you see someone to the door, you go to the door with a visitor when they leave.
PHRASE: V inflects
If someone shows you the door, they ask you to leave because they are angry with you.
Would they forgive and forget-or show him the door?
PHRASE: V inflects
at death's door: see death