A few blocks up, the doors are half-open with bare lightbulbs above them.
"S-s-s-sh," warned Cecily, with a glance at the half-open hall door.
The door was half-open, as Morris was talking with some one on the mat in the hall.
Some light fell into the interior from the half-open door and a little square opening in the wall in the rear.
He broke off his speech, for at the half-open door stood Paul.
"This one here," and she pointed to a half-open door just beside us.
I had held a mirror to her half-open lips and it had not become clouded.
The outlaws pointed to Jake, who sat on his horse with glaring eyes and half-open mouth like one stupefied.
Through the half-open doorway she saw a girl standing before an easel.
With a frightened scream she fell backwards, striking her head against the edge of the half-open door.