The arrow on the doorpost that the singer sees when the song begins is a sign.
The lieutenant unlocked it with a key which he took from a hook beside the doorpost.
Leaning against the doorpost, he at first chuckled and then roared.
Seating herself on the threshold of the door, she leaned her tack against the doorpost, and closed her eyes.
He let his arm and hand fall from the doorpost to his side like dead things.
In his perturbation he even forgets to kiss the mezuzah on the doorpost.
A man was sitting on the steps, leaning against the doorpost.
Boris, fluttering as if he had not had time to withdraw, respectfully pressed close to the doorpost with bowed head.
He tied his horse fast to the doorpost and strode into the house.
No one can write on the lintels of his doorpost the word, "Whim."