Definitions for doorway
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doorway, door, room access, thresholdnoun
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"
The passage of a door; entrance way into a house or a room.
A doorway is an opening or entrance in a wall, typically rectangular in shape, that allows passage between the interior and exterior spaces of a building or a room. It is usually fitted with a door and is often accompanied by surrounding architectural elements such as a frame, lintel or threshold.
the passage of a door; entrance way into a house or a room
Doorway is an unincorporated community located in Perry County, Kentucky, United States. Their Post Office closed in 1959.
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Rank popularity for the word 'doorway' in Nouns Frequency: #1934
The numerical value of doorway in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of doorway in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
A doorway is an ambiguous phenomenon, a liminal spot in a person’s life. A door can be a choice, a possibility, a protection or an aperture to new-fangled values. It can mean a barrier, a prison or a gate to freedom. It can, however, vanish in the mist of unawareness by lack of social concern. At that moment, our freedom has become our jail and we feel locked up in our own liberty. Any exit has waned: the doorway has been absorbed in the stupor of our infatuation. ( “In the doorway” )
You must not for one instant give up the effort to build new lives for yourselves. Creativity means to push open the heavy, groaning doorway to life. This is not an easy struggle. Indeed, it may be the most difficult task in the world, for opening the door to your own life is, in the end, more difficult than opening the doors to the mysteries of the universe.
You, your thoughts, and your imagination control the doorway to happiness. Service to the humanity is key to that doorway.
I don't like going backwards, i like going forwards so I think rather than reintroducing old methods I think what would help greatly is if everybody seriously put their minds to doing whatever they can to encourage negotiations. That is the doorway to the future.
On the whole, age comes more gently to those who have some doorway into an abstract world-art, or philosophy, or learning-regions where the years are scarcely noticed and the young and old can meet in a pale truthful light.
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