doormat definition

  • noun:
    • A mat placed before a doorway for cleaning the shoes.
    • Slang a person who submits meekly to domination or mistreatment by others.
    • A coarse mat on entry to a home, where one wipes one's footwear.
    • a person who is extremely submissive to others' desires.
    • a mat put external and outside home for wiping the shoes before entering.
    • A person who is habitually abused, taken advantage of or humiliated; occasionally, one who is literally weak.
    • huge pad made from hemp, flax, or jute, woven or tied, or of sedge, straw, rushes, etc., or occasionally of caoutchouc, placed before a door to be used in washing the shoes by those entering.
    • a mat put outside an outside door for wiping the shoes before entering
    • a person who is physically poor and ineffectual
    • A mat placed before a doorway for wiping the shoes.
    • Slang one that submits meekly to domination or mistreatment by other people.
    • A coarse pad at entry to a residence, where one wipes your shoes.
    • Someone who is excessively submissive to other individuals' desires.
    • a mat put external and external door for wiping the shoes before entering.
    • an individual who is constantly abused, taken advantage of or humiliated; sometimes, one that is physically poor.
    • huge pad manufactured from hemp, flax, or jute, woven or tied up, or of sedge, straw, rushes, etc., or occasionally of caoutchouc, placed before a door for use in cleaning the footwear by those entering.
    • a mat put outside an exterior home for wiping the shoes before entering
    • an individual who is literally poor and ineffectual
    • A mat put before a doorway for wiping the footwear.
    • Slang a person who submits meekly to domination or mistreatment by other people.
    • A coarse mat at entry to a home, upon which one wipes an individual's footwear.
    • an individual who is overly submissive to others' wishes.
    • a mat put outdoors and exterior home for cleaning the shoes before entering.
    • an individual who is habitually abused, taken advantage of or humiliated; often, one who is literally poor.
    • A mat put before a doorway for cleaning the shoes.
    • A mat put before a doorway for wiping the shoes.
    • much mat manufactured from hemp, flax, or jute, woven or tied, or of sedge, straw, rushes, etc., or sometimes of caoutchouc, put before a door for use in cleaning the footwear by those entering.
    • Slang a person who submits meekly to domination or mistreatment by others.
    • Slang one that submits meekly to domination or mistreatment by other individuals.
    • a mat put outside an exterior door for cleaning the footwear before entering
    • A coarse pad in the entrance to a home, upon which one wipes your footwear.
    • A coarse pad on entry to a house, upon which one wipes your footwear.
    • somebody who is literally poor and ineffectual
    • Someone who is extremely submissive to other people' desires.
    • Someone who is overly submissive to other individuals' desires.
    • a mat placed external and exterior home for wiping the footwear before entering.
    • a mat put outdoors and exterior door for wiping the footwear before entering.
    • A person who is constantly abused, rooked or humiliated; sometimes, a person who is actually poor.
    • an individual who is habitually abused, cheated or humiliated; often, person who is literally weak.
    • huge mat manufactured from hemp, flax, or jute, woven or tied up, or of sedge, straw, rushes, etc., or often of caoutchouc, placed before a door for use in washing the shoes by those entering.
    • much pad manufactured from hemp, flax, or jute, woven or tied, or of sedge, straw, rushes, etc., or occasionally of caoutchouc, placed before a door for use in cleaning the shoes by those entering.
    • a mat put outside an exterior home for wiping the shoes before entering
    • an individual who is literally weak and ineffectual
    • a mat put outside an exterior door for cleaning the shoes before entering
    • someone who is literally poor and ineffectual

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