door·​sill ˈdȯr-ˌsil How to pronounce doorsill (audio)

Examples of doorsill in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Exclusive trim starts at $50,500 and adds amenities like a Burmester sound system, navigation, a 360-degree camera, and illuminated doorsills. Jack Fitzgerald, Car and Driver, 9 Mar. 2023 The interior looks just like that of other DBS models, but comes with standard sports seats, along with special badging on the center console and doorsill plaques. Bryan Hood, Robb Report, 18 Jan. 2023 And the only callouts to Aston Martin Racing are hidden on its doorsills. Scott Oldham, Car and Driver, 20 May 2020 Paint protection film added $395, and carpeted floor mats with rubber doorsill protectors added $249. Tribune News Service, cleveland, 11 Apr. 2020 Things such as $720 for Selenite Grey Metallic paint, $750 for piano-black interior trim, $1200 for carbon-fiber doorsills, $900 for the AMG Performance steering wheel, and $500 for red seatbelts would be very easy to skip. David Beard, Car and Driver, 19 Feb. 2020 Adding our test car's gorgeous $595 Soul Red paint, $70 cargo mat, $125 floor mats, $400 backlit doorsill accents, $125 rear bumper guard, $250 retractable cargo cover, and $400 roof rack rails brings the final tally to just $39,900. Austin Irwin, Car and Driver, 3 Feb. 2020 Buick badging on doorsills, infotainment screens, and other parts won’t change. Clifford Atiyeh, Car and Driver, 13 Mar. 2018 Getting in and out of the NSX is a challenge—as is the case with most supercars—because of its low seating height and wide doorsills. Michael Simari, Car and Driver, 31 Jan. 2018 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

circa 1587, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of doorsill was circa 1587

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“Doorsill.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 Feb. 2024.

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