Adjective(1) slightly open
(1) Both girls started and turned towards the direction of the new voice - behind them and to the right, through a slightly ajar door.(2) The door was ajar and swung open without resistance, and with Tabitha at home that did not happen.(3) Martin peers through an ajar door which opens into the lobby.(4) My temper was so thoroughly ajar .(5) My hand grasped the knob and I turned it gently, pushing the door slightly ajar .(6) This other world is dreamlike, dark and sensual; time stands eerily still, doors are slightly ajar with nothing but blackness behind them.(7) She eased up to a door that was slightly ajar and peeked inside the room to view about six or seven men sitting at a round wooden table, discussing something.(8) He's got the door slightly ajar , just cracked enough to peek through.(9) He found the door slightly ajar , and pushed it on open, clearing his throat to warn the occupant of his entering, but Greg found the room empty.(10) The door was slightly ajar , allowing her to slip in quietly.(11) There was a window that was slightly ajar , to a room with an open door, where the two ARC men were holding a conversation.(12) The one window was open and the door stood slightly ajar , yet she did not get the impression that the house was abandoned.(13) I was in a hospital and I saw that my door was open slightly ajar .(14) Noticing Vincent's bedroom door was slightly ajar , Cael pushed it open further and looked in and grinned.(15) Peering round the doorframe into the dull landing, he saw Hannah's door open, and the bathroom door slightly ajar .(16) Hurrying over to 818, she was not very surprised to find the door slightly ajar .
(1) ajar :: 半開き
1. slightly open ::
2. half open ::
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