Word "DOOR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close
Synonyms:
doorway, room access, threshold
Examples:
he stuck his head in the doorway

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
anything providing a means of access (or escape)
Examples:
we closed the door to Haitian immigrants
education is the door to success

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a room that is entered via a door
Examples:
his office is the third door down the hall on the left

Crossword Clues for DOOR

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Clue Source Date
Entryway Newsday 20 Jun 2022
Entrance The Telegraph Quick 23 May 2022
Entryway Eugene Sheffer 19 May 2022
Entry point The Washington Post 10 May 2022
Entry point LA Times Daily 10 May 2022
Portal The Telegraph Quick 28 Apr 2022
Peephole place Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2022
Revolver, perhaps Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2022
It's time to go when you're shown this The Guardian Quick 06 Apr 2022
Entryway Universal 07 Mar 2022
One of a coupe's pair LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2022
One of a coupe's pair The Washington Post 20 Feb 2022
It's often locked in an escape room The Washington Post Sunday 06 Feb 2022
'Shut the front ___!' USA Today 03 Feb 2022
Access point New York Times 29 Jan 2022
Opportunity metaphor LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2022
Opportunity metaphor The Washington Post 19 Jan 2022
Entryway Eugene Sheffer 30 Nov 2021
Doing nothing for banks on the way out Irish Times Crosaire 19 Nov 2021
Peephole’s place Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2021
Entryway Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2021
Entryway Eugene Sheffer 24 Aug 2021
Elevator part Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2021
Cupboard part Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2021
In spot? The Washington Post 14 Aug 2021
In spot? LA Times Daily 14 Aug 2021
Means of access The Washington Post 08 Aug 2021
Means of access LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2021
Doing nothing for banks on the way out Irish Times Crosaire 10 Jul 2021
Elevator entrance USA Today 04 Jul 2021
Way in or out USA Today 04 Jun 2021
Car part Thomas Joseph 03 Jun 2021
Heartless benefactor's opportunity The Telegraph Toughie 26 May 2021
Place for a cat flap USA Today 04 May 2021
Barrier to entry Newsday 02 May 2021
It might slide or revolve Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2021
Knocker's place Universal 20 Apr 2021
Closer? Loves to be held by doctor The Sun Two Speed 09 Apr 2021
Portal The Sun Two Speed 09 Apr 2021
Hinged entrance USA Today 03 Apr 2021
Entryway Newsday 15 Mar 2021
Thing for openers? Family Time 14 Mar 2021
Cuckoo clock feature The Washington Post 24 Feb 2021
Cuckoo clock feature LA Times Daily 24 Feb 2021
Elevator part Thomas Joseph 20 Feb 2021
Peephole's place USA Today 18 Feb 2021
Word after 'trap' or 'back' USA Today 14 Feb 2021
Symbol of opportunity New York Times 29 Jan 2021
Entranceway The Times Concise 28 Jan 2021
Consultant possibly scrapping court access The Telegraph Toughie 27 Jan 2021
One might be cracked Wall Street Journal 13 Jan 2021
Front of a cupboard USA Today 05 Jan 2021
Choice on 'Let's Make a Deal' New York Times 28 Dec 2020
Entrance Newsday 15 Dec 2020
Quack to keep ducks closer? The Sun Two Speed 04 Dec 2020
Way out The Washington Post 27 Nov 2020
Way out LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2020
Way in Universal 05 Nov 2020
It may swing or revolve New York Times 06 Oct 2020
Word with 'fire' or 'storm' The Washington Post Sunday 04 Oct 2020
Entryway Eugene Sheffer 10 Sep 2020
Entryway Premier Sunday 30 Aug 2020
It may be a revolver Newsday 28 Aug 2020
Way in or out Premier Sunday 09 Aug 2020
Something in a jamb Universal 04 Aug 2020
Bouncer's post USA Today 25 Jul 2020
Cupboard part Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2020
Cuckoo clock part Universal 09 Jun 2020
Barrier to open and close Irish Times Simplex 05 Jun 2020
Opportunity metaphor The Washington Post 19 May 2020
Place for a peephole Wall Street Journal 19 May 2020
Opportunity metaphor LA Times Daily 19 May 2020
Cabinet part Thomas Joseph 07 May 2020
Word after 'stage' or 'screen' USA Today 21 Apr 2020
It may get into a jamb Universal 13 Apr 2020
Place for a peephole USA Today 08 Mar 2020
It may be cracked open The Washington Post 06 Mar 2020
It may be cracked open LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2020
Garage ___ opener USA Today 27 Feb 2020
Metaphor for an opportunity The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Exit -- die being the alternative? The Telegraph Toughie 31 Dec 2019
Cuckoo clock feature Family Time 30 Dec 2019
Way in or out
Way in or out New York Times 24 Dec 2019
Doing nothing for banks on the way out Irish Times Crosaire 11 Dec 2019
Spot for a wreath LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2019
Spot for a wreath The Washington Post 04 Dec 2019
It can be ajar Universal 02 Dec 2019
Entrance Canadiana 25 Nov 2019
Word after "revolving" or "trap" Universal 03 Nov 2019
Way in The Washington Post 28 Oct 2019
Way in LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2019
It's in a jamb Universal 22 Oct 2019
Access point The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Revolver, maybe The Washington Post 06 Oct 2019
Revolver, maybe LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2019
Saloon __ LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2019
Saloon __ The Washington Post 04 Oct 2019
Word with stage or storm New York Times 03 Oct 2019
Entry point LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2019
Physician to ignore court opening The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Oct 2019
Entry point The Washington Post 01 Oct 2019
Knocking spot The Washington Post Sunday 29 Sep 2019
"Let's Make a Deal" choice Universal 23 Sep 2019
Access on hinges Newsday 29 Aug 2019
'Let's Make a Deal' pick USA Today 30 Jun 2019
It's for openers? Family Time 12 May 2019
Portal Canadiana 29 Apr 2019
Ducks doctor catches way out The Sun Two Speed 24 Apr 2019
It might have golden locks New York Times 02 Apr 2019
Lock's place The Washington Post Sunday 24 Feb 2019
Entry point Newsday 14 Feb 2019
Peephole's place Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2019
Hinged thing Family Time 07 Jan 2019
It's in a jamb
Saloon __
It might have golden locks
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
Revolver, maybe
Peephole's place
Word after "revolving" or "trap"
"Let's Make a Deal" pick
Entry point
Bouncer's post
Way in
Word with stage or storm
Something in a jamb Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2018
'No Solicitors' sign spot USA Today 08 Oct 2018
Closer maybe, loves to be held by doctor The Sun Two Speed 14 Aug 2018
Knocker's place LA Times Daily 13 Aug 2018
Knocker's place The Washington Post 13 Aug 2018
Entrance allower Universal 26 Jun 2018
Cubicle's lack Universal 15 Jun 2018
Going the other way, cross threshold The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jun 2018
Point of entry Newsday 03 Jun 2018
Place for a knocker USA Today 26 May 2018
Domestic entrance The Sun Two Speed 22 Mar 2018
Perform or entrance The Sun Two Speed 22 Mar 2018
Opportunity, so to speak USA Today 07 Mar 2018
Way out Premier Sunday 25 Feb 2018
Opportunity, metaphorically Universal 27 Jan 2018
Portal The Telegraph Quick 25 Jan 2018
Place for a mail slot, perhaps USA Today 15 Jan 2018
Knocker's place
"No Solicitors" sign spot
Peephole's place
Place for a knocker
Opportunity, metaphorically
Entrance allower
Cubicle's lack
Place for a mail slot, perhaps
Cupboard part
Something in a jamb
Way out
Mode of entry Universal 22 Dec 2017
Part of the 36-Across where the 'Ninety-Five Theses' were posted New York Times 31 Oct 2017
One of a coupe's pair USA Today 02 Oct 2017
Way in or way out New York Times 12 Sep 2017
Way in or out Newsday 23 Aug 2017
Word with front or pocket The Washington Post 05 Aug 2017
Word with front or pocket LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2017
Portal Universal 29 Jul 2017
Any of Jim Morrison's bandmates USA Today 01 Jul 2017
Portal Newsday 29 May 2017
'Let's Make a Deal' choice The Washington Post 26 May 2017
"Let's Make a Deal" choice LA Times Daily 26 May 2017
Access point Newsday 19 May 2017
An opening celebration or its aftermath The Telegraph Cryptic 15 May 2017
It could be revolving Family Time 17 Apr 2017
Does nothing for banks on the way out Irish Times Crosaire 01 Apr 2017
Benefactor in need of new access The Telegraph Toughie 30 Mar 2017
Screen __ LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2017
See 1 The Guardian Quick 07 Jan 2017
Any of Jim Morrison's bandmates
One of a coupe's pair
Word with front or pocket
Portal
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
Part of the 36-Across where the "Ninety-Five Theses" were posted
Way in or way out
Mode of entry
Way in or out Universal 13 Nov 2016
"Let's Make a Deal" selection LA Times Daily 25 Oct 2016
Put up crucifix on the way out Irish Times Crosaire 22 Oct 2016
Entryway USA Today 12 Oct 2016
Entrance The Telegraph Quick 05 Oct 2016
Cuckoo clock feature Universal 03 Oct 2016
Armoire feature LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2016
Way into a room Newsday 17 Aug 2016
Jamb's place USA Today 21 Jun 2016
It can be left 10-Across New York Times 24 May 2016
Cuckoo clock feature USA Today 12 May 2016
"Let's Make a Deal" option Universal 05 May 2016
It's open and shut The Washington Post 25 Apr 2016
Portal Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2016
It can open for you Universal 17 Mar 2016
Means of access LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2016
Opportunity, in metaphor Jonesin 09 Feb 2016
Access method USA Today 29 Jan 2016
Way in or out
"Let's Make a Deal" selection
Armoire feature
It can be left 10-Across
Jamb's place
Access method
Cuckoo clock feature
Cuckoo clock feature
Way in or out LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2015
Knocker's place USA Today 22 Dec 2015
Entrance The Times Concise 17 Nov 2015
Armoire part The Washington Post 14 Nov 2015
Rapper's place Universal 11 Nov 2015
Common entrance Universal 01 Nov 2015
Entrance Eugene Sheffer 26 Sep 2015
When one __ closes .. LA Times Daily 25 Sep 2015
Word with fire or trap New York Times 02 Aug 2015
Welcome mat site Family Time 08 Jun 2015
It may be in a jamb Universal 31 May 2015
Way out, maybe Eugene Sheffer 29 May 2015
Room access Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2015
Transom's locale USA Today 29 Apr 2015
Revolver, perhaps Thomas Joseph 25 Apr 2015
Bouncer's post LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2015
Mail-slot spot Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2015
Crucifix put up in entrance The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Feb 2015
Mailbox part Newsday 12 Feb 2015
Cupboard part Universal 11 Feb 2015
French or revolving Universal 27 Jan 2015
Access point LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2015
Access point
Bouncer's post
It may get into a jamb
Transom's locale
Way in or out
Knocker's place
Mailbox part
When one __ closes ...
Entryway
Mail-slot spot
Repeated word for The Boys Next Door '79 album
Zep's "In Through the Out ___"
Armoire part
Opportunity, figuratively
It may be in a jamb
Rapper's place
French or revolving
Word with fire or trap
Cupboard part
Common entrance
Sliding __
Cuckoo clock feature
Word with barn or storm
Place for a rapper
It's always in a jamb
It may get into a jamb
Mail-slot spot
Entry point
Way in
Site for a bell
It's open and shut?
Item often knobbed
Elevator entryway
"If opportunity doesn't knock, build a ___": Milton Berle
Opportunity, metaphorically
Portal
Way out
Symbol of opportunity
One of three on "Let's Make a Deal"
A way out
__ prize
It may be sliding, swinging or revolving
Way out
Armoire part
Place for a peephole
Means of escape
French __
Kind of prize
"Let's Make a Deal" option
French __
It's open and shut
Kind of prize
Word with "knob" or "mat"
Wreath-hanging site
Way in
Transom site
Way in or out
Means of access
It's opened and shut
It may be barred or bolted
Entry point
Departure point
Armoire feature
Tent flap, essentially
Place for a mat
Revolver, maybe
Frame job
"Let's Make A Deal" option
Battering ram's target
Cabinet feature
Entry
Mailbox part
Spot for a wreath
You might get a foot in it
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
Portal of opportunity, perhaps
Means of access
"Knockin' on Heaven's ___"
Nick Cave band The Boys Next ___
It's opened and shut
It may be barred or bolted
Departure point
It might be shown to you
Entrance blocker
Car part
Outlet
Word with "French" or "stage"
Battering ram target
It's implicit in knock-knock jokes
It may be cracked open
Peephole's place
Opportunity, metaphorically
It may be French or Venetian
Jamb's place
Spot for a mail slot
Site of MEN or WOMEN
Way in
Ostiary's post
Entrance
It may be sliding
Hole in the wall?
Peephole's place
Way out
Entrance
"Let's Make a Deal" offering
One way in
Entrance
Revolver, perhaps
Means of access
What bouncers show you, with "the"
The way in
Place for a peephole
Entrance
Bouncer's station
Cabinet feature
It may be French or Venetian
Choice on "Let's Make A Deal"
It's open and shut
Way in
Choice on "Let's Make a Deal"
Portal
Way out
Entrance
Sliding __
Kind of prize
Clue game board space
It can be cracked
It may be cracked open
One can be shown to you
Slammer's victim?
Slammer's victim?
"Let's Make a Deal" selection
Place to keep the wolf from
Entryway
Way out
Place for a bell
With 102-Across, dashboard warning light
Easy way out
Place for a peephole
It could be revolving
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
It can be open and shut
A way in
Portal
Place for a peephole
Word with "step" or "stop"
Wreath site
Portal
Place for a peephole
Lead-in for step or stop
Knob spot
It helps you get in
It could swing or revolve
Its very existence is an open-and-shut case
Place for rapping
Site for a bell
Slammer?
It may be a folding or a revolving
Big Deal choice
It helps you get in
Entrance
Lead-in for step or stop
Alternative to dangling beads
Revolver, perhaps
Place for a keyhole
It's in a jamb
Exit
It's in a jamb
Way in
Word with trap or storm
Step or stop preceder
Swinger at home
It's implicit in all knock-knock jokes
Swinger at home
Cabinet's moving part
Battering ram target
Place for a rapper
Word with Dutch or French
Kind of prize
Entrance
Way in
Word with man or mat
You may be shown it
Cuckoo clock feature
Monty Hall offering
Welcome mat locale
Battering-ram target
Way out
It may be revolving
Egress
It holds the lock
Welcome site?
Entry
It's in a jamb
It might swing or revolve
One can be shown it
Portal
It's on the way out
It's open and shut
One way out
Entry
It's open and shut
Cubicle's lack
Word with French or stage
"The ___ in the Wall" (H.G. Wells tale)
It's in a jamb
Way out
Portal
It might be ajar
Screen __
Screen __
Word with step or stop
Wreath-hanging site
Opportunity
Saloon swinger
There are frequent openings here
Word with prize or check
Word with knob or mat
Word with French or Dutch
It's shown to some
Cabinet cover
Way in or out
Peephole's place
'The Green -- ('56 song)'
Word with chain or prize
It may get into a jamb
Feature of an exit strategy?
Wreath-hanging site
Word with step or stop
Word with French or stage
Gateway
It may be sliding, swinging, or revolving
Rood reversal?
Choice on "Let's Make a Deal"
Kind of employed "man"
Kind of man
MEN or WOMEN hang here
Place for a knocker
Way out
Saloon swinger
Saloon swinger
Place for a knocker
Means of access
Monty Hall offering
Threshold
It's always in a jamb
"Let's Make a Deal" selection
Entryway
It might be Dutch or French
"Let's Make A Deal" option
Way out
Peephole site
There are frequent openings here
Hatchway
It may swing or revolve
Jim Morrison, for one
Entryway
Entrance feature
Place for a knocker
French or swinging
Opening
It's an open and shut case
Opportunity, so to speak
It's shown to some
Welcome site?
Bouncer's station
Easy way out
Word after swinging or sliding
Portal
One may be swinging or sliding
Way in?
'Stage _____' ('37 film)
Metaphorical opportunity
Bouncer's station
Easy way out
Word after swinging or sliding
Entrée blocker
Way in or out
Way in
It may be a trap
It can get you in on the ground floor
Bell site
Entrance feature
"Let's Make a Deal" offering
Morrison's backup
Knocker's place
Easy way out
Cupboard part
Open-and-shut place?
Cabinet feature
Way out
Entryway
Kind of prize
One may be French or Dutch
Entry
Entryway
It's in a jamb
Knob site
Revolver, perhaps
Entranceway
It may be French or open
Way out there?
Exit or entrance
"In" place
Access
Point of departure
Rooms' divider
Sill site
Sliding ___
Word before prize or knob
___ prize
Exit
Gateway
One of Morrison's group?
"Let's Make a Deal" option
Portal
Monty Hall offering
Site for a bell
Easyway out
Way out, maybe
Escape hatch e.g.
Access method
Revolver, sometimes
What an ostiary guards
Start with step or stop
"Let's Make a Deal" choice
French ____
Word with fire and stage
Room access
One way to get in on the ground floor
Knock-knock joke barrier
Knob or mat leader
Hatchway
"___ die"
"Let's Make A Deal" choice
Entranceway
It gets into a jamb
Ostiary's post
Dutch or French
Step or stop lead __in
It comes with a catch
Word with man or mat
Postern, e.g.
Jim Morrison, e.g.
French ___ (glass-paneled opener)
A way out
Access
"Let us ___ die!": Burns
Kind of prize or post
Updike's "The Same ___"
Where to give a rap
Dutch or French follower
Open-___ policy
Spot for a slot
O'Keeffe's "Farmhouse Window and ___"
Wis. county
Revolver, perhaps
Kind of knob, man or nail
Portal
Access or egress
Transom site
Means of egress
Postern
French window
"Stage ___," Ginger Rogers film
Open ___ policy
Item often slammed
___ die
What to show an unwanted visitor
Word with way or step
Type of mat
Way out or in
What to show intruders
What to show an intruder
Room part
Saloon swinger
Egress or ingress
Place to give a rap
Word with man or mat
Word with post or prize
Word with knob or mat
Means of access
Revolver of a sort
Revolving item
___-die
Open ___
Place for a knob
Key location
Place for a bell
A jar, sometimes?
Foot in the ___
Kind of mat
Place for a mail slot
Word with bell or man
French or Dutch
Dutch or front
Entry
Opportunity
Word with man or mat.
Way in.
Entrance.
Way out.
Revolving item.
Revolving device.
Movable barrier.
French window.
Means of access.
Exit.
House part.
Way in or way out.
Revolving structure.
Place for a mat.
Relative of a French window.
Oven part.
Revolving ___.
See 49 Across.
Passage.
Entry.
Access.
Part of a French window.
Entranceway.
Barrier.
Out-of-___.
Tiler's charge.
Gateway.
Shutter of a cupboard.
Postern.
Portal.
Place to keep the wolf away from.
"The Open ___,” John Hay's Asiatic policy, 1899.
Garage ___
In place?
Advent calendar part
Rapper's locale
Transom's locale
Location of a "Keep Out" sign
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