side-door

n.

1530s, from side (n.) + door.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for side-door

Historical Examples of side-door

  • She hurried through the garden to a side-door in the wall leading to the lane.

    The Manxman

    Hall Caine

  • Sutherland was just entering a side-door of the house when David accosted him.

    David Elginbrod

    George MacDonald

  • They entered by the side-door, went eastward, and sat down by the altar-steps.

  • Then the soldiers were ushered to side-door Pullmans once again.

    The Delta of the Triple Elevens

    William Elmer Bachman

  • But there was light issuing from a side-door, which stood open.

    The Free Lances

    Mayne Reid