doorjamb doorjamb


  • (n) a jamb for a door


  1. I only know that because the police said there was blood on the inside of the doorjamb.
  2. You don't make higher marks on the doorjamb each birthday.
  3. One bullet was found in Powell's body, one passed through it, the third lodged in a doorjamb of the building.


  • Indianola house reportedly burglarized

    INDIANOLA — A home on the 7000 block of Beach Drive in Indianola was burglarized July 7, reported around 1:30 p.m. The homeowner came home from church and found the bedroom sliding glass door pried open, with what appeared to be a screwdriver forced into the doorjamb, according to the report.
    on July 19, 2013     Source: Kingston Community News

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