n. an exterior door at one side of a building [syn: side entrance]
Usage examples of "side door".
At some old gable-roofed country houses you will see brass whales hung by the tail for knockers to the road-side door.
She slipped through the side door which the custodian opened early.
It seems to be coming from the side door that leads to the garage.
Even as the troops are pouring out of the trailer, a helmetless man throws open the passenger's-side door on the truck cab and jumps to the pavement.
At this moment began a fearful knocking on a side door, that threatened the speedy demolition of the frail barrier.
She led me around to the side door and we entered through the kitchen.
Oliver climbed over the hood of the car and unlocked the passenger side door, reaching around the seat to unlock the back for Terrence and Cyrus.
As it was there was but a step or two from the little table to the kitchen, to the mantel, the small buffet, and the side door that opened out on the narrow brick-paved yard.
And the two of them went through a side door into an examining room, while Dawson waited outside.
That first morning, Miss Ann Taylor entered through the side door of the schoolroom and all of the children sat still in their seat as they saw her write her name on the board in a nice round lettering.
Buck slid open the side door, exposing a large stuffed tiger with a bandanna and cowboy hat.
Its day-to-day congregation, such as it was, went in and out through a small side door.