doorframe

[dawr-freym, dohr-]
noun
the frame of a doorway, including two jambs and a lintel, or head.

Origin:
1850–55; door + frame

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doorframe (ˈdɔːˌfreɪm)
 
n
Also called: doorcase a frame that supports a door

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Example sentences
The average door strike plate is secured only to the doorframe molding.
Steady yourself on the doorframe until you have gained your balance.
When painting, the entire doorframe shall be painted.
The lock was changed, and a piece of wood was affixed to the doorframe as a
  temporary measure allowing the dead bolt to lock.
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