garage door


: a large door that covers the opening through which a car enters and leaves a garage

Examples of garage door in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web This process also works with other small devices, such as garage door openers. Cody Godwin, USA TODAY, 8 May 2024 April 11 Residential burglary: Between 8 p.m. on April 10 and 5 a.m. on April 11, someone entered a garage in the 12000 block of Miller Avenue through an open garage door and stole sporting equipment items for a total loss of $2,000. Anne Gelhaus, The Mercury News, 21 Apr. 2024 Shortly after, the garage door opened and officers were confronted by a man with a handgun. Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press, 16 Apr. 2024 Four months after the attack, at her home in Tenafly, Yael Alexander picked up a pack of Marlboro Ultra Light 100s and a can of Diet Coke, walked into her garage and opened the garage door. Christopher Maag, New York Times, 16 Feb. 2024 Authorities gained entry to the house May 24, 2019, using a key code next to the garage door, which a babysitter shared with authorities. Audrey Conklin, Fox News, 11 Jan. 2024 Hackers can access non-secure devices to get onto people’s home networks and other devices, from phones, computers and TVs to speakers, lights, and garage door openers. Samantha Murphy Kelly, CNN, 9 Mar. 2024 Video from that night, obtained by NBC affiliate WTMJ of Milwaukee, captures the thieves running around the showroom lobby in masks and ramming a vehicle through a closed garage door. Katherine Itoh, NBC News, 26 Feb. 2024 Moments later, according to police, German opened his garage door, walked to the side of his house, and was ambushed by the assailant. Megan Brown, CBS News, 17 Feb. 2024

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“Garage door.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 May. 2024.

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