Definition of Doorn

1. a thorn [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doorn

doorknocked
doorknocker
doorknockers
doorknocking
doorknocks
doorless
doorlike
doorline
doorlock
doormaker
doormakers
doorman
doormat
doormats
doormen
doorn (current term)
doornail
doornails
doorns
doorpeople
doorperson
doorpersons
doorplate
doorplates
doorpost
doorposts
doors
doorsill
doorsills
doorsman

Literary usage of Doorn

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1. Christianity Practically Applied: The Discussions of the International by Elisha Benjamin Andrews, Heman Lincoln Wayland, James McCosh (1894)
"... NEPVEU OF doorn. 1. SINCE the last published report a very important change has taken place in the religious condition of the churches in our country. ..."

2. Lake Ngami: Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings by Charles John Andersson (1857)
"—Meet a troop of Zebras.—Their flesh not equal to Venison.—The Missionary's Wall.—A sad Catastrophe.—The " Kameel-doorn."— Buxton Fountain.—The Scorpion. ..."

3. The Journal of the C.I.V. in South Africa by W. H. Mackinnon (1901)
"CHAPTER IV FIGHT AT doorn KOP [THE army under Lord Roberts has been marching up north in several parallel columns. We, still in the 2ist Brigade under Bruce ..."

4. Our Home: A Monthly Magazine of Original Articles (1873)
"This 2ud Jacob Van doorn, had seven sons and three daughters : Jacob, boru January 15th, 1731, died October 19th, 1761, unmarried ; John, born June 6th, ..."

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