Examples of doormat in a Sentence
She was tired of being a doormat and decided it was time to stand up for herself.
a doormat who always gave in to his father's demands
Recent Examples of doormat from the Web
A year ago India’s foreign minister asked Amazon to stop selling doormats printed with India’s flag and flip-flops bearing the image of Gandhi.
Here are three things to know about Bevell: Guess who was a college teammate Wisconsin had long been a Big Ten football doormat before Barry Alvarez became coach.
The next day, Saturday, Cunanan apparently stayed at Trail's apartment without Trail, who went out of town but left a key for Cunanan under the doormat.
The doormat to the Thielen household informs guests IT’S FALL.
The wives of artists in movies and literature tend to be doormats or helpmeets, and their psychic anguish and creative fire rarely move from background to center stage.
The Jaguars, those longtime AFC doormats, are one of the biggest surprises in the league this season under first-year coach Doug Marrone.
Washington State, formerly a doormat, is now a top-10 team.
Oregon State spent decades as the doormat of the Pac-12 in its previous iterations, and finds itself back in the cellar.
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First Known Use of doormat
DOORMAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doormat for English Language Learners
: a mat that you put on the floor or ground on one side of a door so that people can wipe the bottoms of their shoes on it
: someone who is treated badly by other people and does not complain
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