Recent Examples of doorjamb from the Web
Nucera then allegedly grabbed the suspect's head and slammed it into a metal doorjamb.
After the male suspect had been subdued and handcuffed, Nucera reportedly knocked the 18-year-old’s head into a doorjamb as the man was being escorted out of the motel.
The pressure should be at the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended level, which is usually found in the car or truck’s doorjamb or in the owner’s manual.
A rap at the door, a shoe on the doorjamb, then FBI agents, welcome or otherwise, entered to take away roughly 1 in 10 heads of a few hundred specific households – all men, all Japanese.
The intruder wedged the rifle barrel into the doorjamb and burst in, bashing her against the coat closet, then looked around, shouldered the rifle and blew her brother away.
To get the right amount, turn not to the tire itself but to your vehicle and a label often located in its doorjamb.
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First Known Use of doorjamb
DOORJAMB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doorjamb for English Language Learners
: an upright piece that forms the side of a door's frame
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