from door to door


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from door to door

moving from one door to another—typically, from one house to another. The candidate went from door to door, campaigning for town council. The children went from door to door, saying "Trick or treat!" at each one.
See also: door
References in classic literature ?
I will open all the doors; I will call all my daughters, all of them, this very minute," said Lebedeff in a low voice, thoroughly frightened, and waving his hands as he ran from door to door.
The coach holds nine inside, having a seat across from door to door, where we in England put our legs: so that there is only one feat more difficult in the performance than getting in, and that is, getting out again.
In fact, there was a story current among us (I have no idea, and never had, on what authority, but I have believed it for so many years that I feel quite certain it is true), that on a frosty day, one winter-time, he actually did bestow his gaiters on a beggar-woman, who occasioned some scandal in the neighbourhood by exhibiting a fine infant from door to door, wrapped in those garments, which were universally recognized, being as well known in the vicinity as the Cathedral.
This is the third major market expansion announcement from Door to Door Organics, following expansions in Milwaukee and Cleveland on the heels of a successful Series B announcement in the fall of 2014.
3) Otto Austel, a Simi doctor and governor of Rotary District 5240, said volunteers went from door to door, hovel to hovel.
If necessary, reception and transportation of bulky waste collections from door to door Sietrem between the transfer dock proposed by the Holder and the recovery-processing center is located more than 20 kilometers from headquarters of the community,2.