noun (plural doormen)
A man such as a porter, bouncer, or janitor who is on duty at the entrance to a large building.
- Local authorities currently vet their own doormen, meaning bouncers have different licences depending on where they work in the country.
- After considering other factors, he laid the blame on the doormen in their apartment buildings.
- He was on duty with three other doormen when the tragedy happened.
doorkeeper, commissionaire, concierge
Words that rhyme with doormanBormann, doormen, foreman, foremen, Mormon, Norman, storeman, storemen
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