half door

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Noun1.half door - an exterior door divided in two horizontallyhalf door - an exterior door divided in two horizontally; either half can be closed or open independently
exterior door, outside door - a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
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returned the other, stretching forward over the half door to throw his words into the bar; for his voice was as if the head of his boat's mop were down his throat; 'I say so, Miss Abbey
Exactly at the closing hour, all the guests who were left, filed out in the best order: Miss Abbey standing at the half door of the bar, to hold a ceremony of review and dismissal.
Miss Burgoyne and her donkey were thrusting their heads in at the half door.
So saying, Newman slipped into a tall empty closet which opened with two half doors, and shut himself up; intending to slip out directly Ralph was safe inside his own room.
Anna May is the subject of an in-depth interview on The Half Door, airing on Irish TV (Sky 131) at 8.
The 78-year-old ex-minister will talk about her political and personal life in the latest episode of Irish TV's The Half Door.
The old Clubman famously had a quirky "Clubdoor" - a two-door arrangement with a third half door on the driver's side, which become unpopular among Brits for being unpractical.
The front of each pen has a full door that opens out with a built-in half door that opens downward.
For me, though, it is a little belter - offering all the advantages of its three-door sibling but with a worthwhile boot and, if anything, even more quirkiness and individuality courtesy of innovative features such as the distinctive half door.
This creature was looking at us over the top of a half door.
Sheila Marie Tobbe glanced down the corridor at the Thea Bowman Center, where people were gathering in front of a half door opening to a food pantry.
The half door on the right side of the M56 doesn't latch well.