swing door

swinging door

  1. a door pivoted or hung on double-sided hinges so that it can open either way

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How to use swing door in a sentence

  • An opportunity presents itself to you, a double-swing door opening into the future.

    The Nabob | Alphonse Daudet
  • She came out to the front through the swing-door, looked up and down the road, and seemed to go back happier.

    Somehow Good | William de Morgan
  • He pushed the swing door and at once found himself in a room which seemed redolent of the country which everyone loves.

    December Love | Robert Hichens
  • She took the lift, glided down, walked slowly and carelessly across the hall and passed out by the swing door.

    December Love | Robert Hichens
  • I modestly assented, and we all fell through a little dirty swing door, into a sort of hot packing-case immediately behind it.

    Great Expectations | Charles Dickens