door jamb

doorjamb

[dawr-jam, dohr-]
noun
either of the two sidepieces of a doorframe.
Also called doorpost.


Origin:
1830–40; door + jamb1

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doorjamb (ˈdɔːˌdʒæm)
 
n
Also called: doorpost one of the two vertical members forming the sides of a doorframe

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