doorstep definition

  • noun:
    • A step leading to a door.
    • action of a door. The limit of a doorway.
    • an individual's instant neighbourhood or locality.
    • a huge piece of bread.
    • The stone or plank developing a step before an outer home.
    • The action of a door; the limit.
    • the sill of a door; a horizontal little bit of timber or stone that types the bottom of a doorway and provides assistance when driving through a doorway
    • one step resulting in a door.
    • Step of a door. The threshold of a doorway.
    • One's immediate neighbourhood or locality.
    • a huge slice of loaves of bread.
    • The stone or plank creating a step before an outer door.
    • The action of a door; the limit.
    • the sill of a door; a horizontal little bit of wood or stone that types the base of a doorway and will be offering assistance when moving through a doorway
    • one step causing a door.
    • A step ultimately causing a door.
    • action of a door. The threshold of a doorway.
    • action of a door. The threshold of a doorway.
    • one step ultimately causing a door.
    • Step of a door. The limit of a doorway.
    • an individual's immediate neighbourhood or locality.
    • One's instant neighbourhood or locality.
    • A big slice of loaves of bread.
    • a large slice of bread.
    • The stone or plank developing one step before an outer door.
    • The step of a door; the limit.
    • the sill of a door; a horizontal bit of timber or rock that forms the base of a doorway while offering assistance whenever passing through a doorway
    • One's instant neighbourhood or locality.
    • a large piece of bread.
    • The stone or plank developing a step before an outer door.
    • The stone or plank forming a step before an outer door.
    • The action of a door; the limit.
    • The action of a door; the threshold.
    • the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of timber or stone that forms the base of a doorway and will be offering support whenever passing through a doorway
    • the sill of a door; a horizontal bit of lumber or stone that types the bottom of a doorway and will be offering help whenever driving through a doorway
  • verb:
    • To corner a person for an urgent interview.
    • To corner someone for surprise meeting.
    • To corner a person for an unexpected interview.
    • To corner somebody for surprise interview.
    • To corner somebody for an unexpected interview.

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