I glimpsed him just before he reached the doorway
and the sight of him, now roaring as he perceived his lifeless fellow stretched upon the floor, and frothing at the mouth, in the extremity of his rage, filled me, I must confess, with dire forebodings.
His guide pointed toward a doorway
in an alley below them.
Presently from along the avenue before him came the familiar sound of clanking accouterments, the herald of marching warriors, and almost simultaneously he saw upon his right an open doorway
dimly lighted from within.
Almost immediately a force of yellow warriors appeared in the doorway
through which the messenger had come.
They came to a big doorway
covered with heavy curtains of cloth of gold.
But Tario only laughed a mocking laugh and continued to back toward the hangings that hid the little doorway
I had been hiding in a doorway
after the guard had turned me back, having taken refuge there while his back was turned, and, as the officer approached me, I withdrew into the room beyond, which was in darkness.
Say the words," said the Ape-man, repeating, and the figures in the doorway
echoed this, with a threat in the tone of their voices.
On his departure the ape-man, with Abdul, wandered again into the streets of Sidi Aissa, where he was soon attracted by the wild din of sound coming from the open doorway
of one of the numerous CAFES MAURES.
Tarzan had reached the doorway
over the corpses of all that had stood to dispute his way, before Werper guessed at the reason for his immunity.
Still howling, disdaining doorways
, with blood-shot eyes and wildly waving muscular arms, Victor burst upon us through the fragile walls.
Karain appeared noiselessly in the doorway
of the little cabin.
The other side discloses a broad doorway
(closed by a canvas screen), which serves as a means of communication with an inner apartment, devoted to the superior officers.
It was, perhaps, two hundred feet in length and half as broad, with what appeared to be a doorway
in the centre of the wall directly opposite that through which we had entered.
Shiv, who poured the harvest and made the winds to blow, Sitting at the doorways
of a day of long ago, Gave to each his portion, food and toil and fate, From the King upon the guddee to the Beggar at the gate.