This means sneaky dingoes have the ability to open doors with their paws.
Regardless, people make an extra effort to open doors and offer help.
She says she looks for “open doors” to plot her political path.
We stood in the open doors with one foot resting on the sill and an elbow cocked on the roof, looking cool.
He required others to open doors for him because he so abhorred touching the knobs or other metal objects.
The stranger halted at the steps of the old First Church of Windover; then ran up lightly, and disappeared within the open doors.
The train was drawn up, with hardly anybody about its row of open doors.
Even when we trustingly and resolutely keep every door of evil shut the circle in which we move will open doors upon us.
A rush is made to the big barred windows and open doors of the caf.
Through the open doors of the Cathedral could be seen dimly the group of great ecclesiastics waiting to welcome her.