Doormat [noun]

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If you’re a doormat in your life but you’re smashing dishes elsewhere, I don’t think that’s really helping.

Gipsy left the room as requested, but she stood for a moment or two on the doormat outside, shaking her head solemnly.

A good doormat too shabby to put before the front door is a treasure to lay before the washtubs.

If Fate has been kind she has been disillusioned, and if Destiny has used her for a doormat, no matter.

And anyway he'd be blessed if he lay around in the way any longer like a doormat with "Welcome" inscribed upon the surface.

And you let her walk over you, chuck you out as if you was a wornout doormat she'd wiped her boots on, and never said a word.

But piracy without drunken disorder, piracy that wiped its feet on the doormat and hung its hat on the rack!

Dr Orion Hood paused for one instant on the doormat and drank in the whole scene of voiceless violence.

Even while he swears himself a doormat, yet with a magnificent inconsistence he lifts his eyes higher than her boots.

At the end of three minutes the dog had not moved, and I was down on the doormat unlacing my soaked boots.