Definition of Swinging door

1. Noun. A door that swings on a double hinge; opens in either direction.

Exact synonyms: Swing Door
Specialized synonyms: Batwing
Generic synonyms: Door
Terms within: Flexible Joint, Hinge, Pane, Paneling, Panelling



Swinging Door Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swinging Door

swingel
swingels
swinger
swingers
swinges
swingframe
swingframes
swingier
swingiest
swinging-door chad
swinging-door chads
swinging bunt
swinging bunts
swinging chad
swinging door (current term)
swinging post
swinging the lead
swingingest
swingingly
swingings
swingism
swingisms
swingle
swinglebar
swinglebars
swingled
swingles
swingletree
swingletrees

Literary usage of Swinging door

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1886)
"In tea-houses of two stories ch often ascend from the vicinity of the kitchen, have a closet, and this is usually closed by a swinging-door, ..."

2. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1905)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

3. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1906)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

4. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1906)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1886)
"In tea-houses of two stories ch often ascend from the vicinity of the kitchen, have a closet, and this is usually closed by a swinging-door, ..."

6. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1905)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

7. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1906)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

8. The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of by Charles Edward Hooper (1906)
"The closed swinging door is far less healthy, and is, moreover, an awkward thing at the ... On the other hand, the swinging door is easier to keep closed, ..."

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