doormat


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Synonyms for doormat

a person who is physically weak and ineffectual

a mat placed outside an exterior door for wiping the shoes before entering

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So take your first step--even if there's no doormat in your doorstep.
Mrs Codling, a retired medical secretary, said: "I've lived here for 17 years, I've always had a doormat outside the front door and they've never noticed it before.
Lowliest among the lowly, noted Alinea, the Philippines as dominant doormat.
Williamsburg focuses on the floor this month, with the debut of a new product category as well as expansion of its outdoor offering through two new licenses: Floor cloths with Spicher and Company and doormats with Entryways.
Today, the Philippines could be the doormat of Southeast Asia in the ongoing potential conflict between Japan and the United States against China.
A tattered and worn doormat does not make for a great welcome.
I am a fan of this contemporary 'There's No Place Like Home' doormat from Hunkydory Home, www.
London, Aug 23 (ANI): A British family was left stunned when an eviction notice was issued to their doormat after their housing association said it was a health and safety hazard.
In a story titled "Doormat" ("Wycieraczka"), after much consideration the heroine buys a doormat for her newly acquired apartment.
I WOULD like a doormat which reminds visitors - as well as my husband and I
BURGLARS were gifted keys to a Solihull home after its owner left them 'hidden' under a doormat - now police are warning residents to be more security conscious and to lock out thieves.
Imports Unlimited doormats are recognized for their diverse designs, sizes and innovation they bring to outdoor doormat decor.
There's one item in the home that any guest can't fail to spot - and that's the doormat.
These are the words of Springwood tenant Hazel Daykin whose carpet, table and doormat may be removed because of health and safety regulations.