doorpost

[dawr-pohst, dohr-]
noun

Origin:
1525–35; door + post1

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doorpost (ˈdɔːˌpəʊst)
 
n
another name for doorjamb

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Check the vehicle's doorpost sticker for minimum tire inflation pressure.
The proposed action would require modifying lower forward doorpost bulkhead by installing rivets.
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