Still, Molly Parmeter couldn't believe it when a thick embossed letter from Saint James's Palace arrived on her doormat.
His rookie flailing set back the peace process (such as it was) and made him look like a doormat.
Lying on the doormat was another key that allowed entrance into the complex.
It will help you welcome new or renewed love interests, but prevent you from becoming a doormat.
If he wins the presidency, will Romney drag his party toward the center or become a doormat for the arch-conservative wing?
His hair is thick and closely cropped, and strives upward with the even aspiration of a doormat.
Any man that wears clothes like a doormat will let you make a doormat of him!
Jock rose from his bed on the doormat and ranged alongside her for the anticipated walk.
"He's only been lying on the doormat, Aunt Harriet," she observed.
Mr. Darco darted and shook her as if she had been a doormat.
: Cornell University's doormat status on the gridiron
A person who is regularly and predictably exploited by others; constant victim: the soulful Earth Mother doormat of the kind played by Shirley MacLaine in the fifties/ the wife a rape victim, slave, doormat