on doorstep

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on your doorstep

also at your doorstep
very near to you Most people do not want war on their doorstep and will do everything they can to prevent it. People who live with poverty at their doorstep think about today, and not what the future will be like.
See also: doorstep, on

on somebody's doorstep

very near to where someone lives The great thing is we've got all the local amenities right on our doorstep.
See also: doorstep, on