noun, plural door·men [dawr-men, -muh n, dohr-] /ˈdɔrˌmɛn, -mən, ˈdoʊr-/.
Examples from the Web for doorman
A doorman at the Ritz-Carlton took to serving him carrots on a silver tray.
Sure, they got an invite, and paid the $20.16 required to get past the doorman, but Hillary Clinton?
"Walter Gropius," I say to the doorman who looks a bit like Mike Ehrmantraut from Breaking Bad.
Singh worked as a doorman in a local hotel and Kaur was a waitress.Iranian Found In Venice Lagoon, Alleged Victim Of Botched Sex Game|Barbie Latza Nadeau|February 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The doorman apparently did not think to question what was so clearly a dad with his toddler son.Dmitriy Kanarikov Kills Himself, Son in Fall From New York City Tower|Michael Daly|December 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In little more than half an hour he had dismissed the cab and was gazing placidly into the startled eyes of the doorman.
He made a gesture toward the doorman, and added: "Take 'em back!"Within the Law|Marvin Dana
The doorman, like all of Rio where Ribiera was known and feared, knew that Bell was being hunted.
Promptly at the appointed hour, Hamilton handed his card to the doorman, who showed him into a waiting-room.The Boy With the U.S. Census|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
Britz was interrupted in the further perusal of the reports by the doorman.The Substitute Prisoner|Max Marcin