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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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A spokesman for Magenta Living said: "Following recent fire safety inspections by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, and Magenta Living's independent Fire Safety Assessors in our high-rise and lowrise blocks, all customers have been contacted about the importance of keeping communal areas free of all personal items including furniture, plants and doormats.
But doormats with the Indian flag violate the (http://pib.
The doormats will appeal to both the modernist and traditionalist, according to Entryways.
Then spied my doormat and was like 'I'm nicking that.
SPEND John Lewis discs coir doormat, PS15 John Lewis, www.
What kind of impoverishment does it take to notice the existence of doormats to begin with, and steal used doormats from state housing?
Residents received a letter saying they faced legal action if they refused to remove their doormats from communal areas.
Doormats are not only a way to prevent dirt in your house, but can also be a way to express your personality, hobbies or sense of style.
Mainstay are making a big deal out of doormats but there's only two working lights in the car park.
COUNCIL tenants in Stoke-on- Trent have been asked to remove front doormats and pot plants because of safety fears.
Leaflets from South Wales Police will be dropping on doormats over the next two weeks.
READ all about it - the summer edition of Safer Staffs will appear on doormats up and down the county this month.
But Mrs Daykin, who lives on Spring Grove Street, thinks the taped-down carpet, doormats and small drop-leaf table outside her first floor flat should remain.
Help The Aged called on Mr Brown to use his Budget on March 21 to help pensioners with the bills which will start landing on doormats at the beginning of April.
Through an analysis of aesthetic networks in Tokugawa Japan (1600-1867), Eiko Ikegami attacks "The stereotype of pre-modern Japanese people as submissive doormats trodden beneath the feet of militaristic despots" (p.