Doorstone Door"stone`, n. The stone forming a threshold. [1913 Webster]

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  • doorstone — /dawr stohn , dohr /, n. a stone serving as the sill of a doorway. [1755 65; DOOR + STONE] * * * …   Universalium

  • doorstone — n. stone that forms the threshold, stone that serves as a door sill …   English contemporary dictionary

  • doorstone — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a flat topped stone used as a threshold or doorstep * * * /dawr stohn , dohr /, n. a stone serving as the sill of a doorway. [1755 65; DOOR + STONE] * * * doorˈstone noun • • • Main Entry: ↑door …   Useful english dictionary

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  • sill — Synonyms and related words: base, basement, basis, bearing wall, bed, bedding, bedrock, doorsill, doorstone, floor, flooring, fond, footing, foundation, fundament, fundamental, ground, grounds, groundsel, groundwork, hardpan, mudsill, pavement,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • stone — Synonyms and related words: Irish confetti, Lydian stone, Tarmac, Tarvia, aa, abyssal rock, acorn, adamant, adamantine, adobe, agate, alexandrite, amethyst, anklet, anthraconite, aplite, aquamarine, arch, armlet, ashlar, asphalt, aventurine,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • threshold — Synonyms and related words: French door, archway, back door, barway, beginning, border line, bound, boundary, boundary condition, boundary line, bourn, break boundary, breakoff point, brink, bulkhead, carriage entrance, ceiling, cellar door,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • door rock — noun archaic : doorstone …   Useful english dictionary

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