Examples of doorstep in a Sentence
We sat on the doorstep.
The police were at my doorstep.
Recent Examples of doorstep from the Web
Merchants reported instances of finding human feces on their doorsteps.
Savvy customers want produce that’s intriguing, surprising, delicious and, if possible, wildly nutritious—not only at restaurants and stores but on our doorsteps, as grocery-delivery services such as FreshDirect expand the market.
Chinese officials have voiced concern over their exposure to Venezuela, but are unlikely to cut loose an ally parked on the doorstep of the United States.
The slow pace of addressing increasing homelessness has been laid at his doorstep.
Each of these books also features a dedication in my father’s handwriting, front page matter with my name on it, which rules out leaving them on the front stoop of a local synagogue the way unwanted babies are left on the doorsteps of churches.
October horoscopes are here, like a tiny person wearing plastic fangs at your doorstep demanding candy.
Metesky met them at the doorstep wearing round gold-rimmed eyeglasses and burgundy pajamas buttoned to the neck under a bathrobe.
Sam Hinkie, the build-by-burning general manager whose vision now has the 76ers on the doorstep of contention in the NBA, liked to remind people during his tenure here that great reward only comes with great risk attached.
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