Trapdoor Sentence Examples
We had alerted them to our presence when we opened the trapdoor.
In the ceiling was a small trapdoor that led into the attic.
Click the trapdoor to close it and send a red ball bouncing around.
The stairs ended at a trapdoor that led out onto the stone flagged roof of the tower surrounded by a low parapet.
But it was Sexton Blake who found the trapdoor.Advertisement
The bladder has a trapdoor, which opens inwards with two or three trigger hairs on the outside.
Only a miracle would have stopped the club falling through the relegation trapdoor.
The sliding stone opened into a bare room; from here a secret trapdoor led to a long passageway.
She uncovers a sand covered wooden trapdoor with a rope.
Alice uses the trapdoor function to encrypt the message.Advertisement
The connection to the Amiga trapdoor expansion slot would also make it impossible to attach an accelerator or Zorro breakout board later.
Large trapdoor opening for ease of access to platform.
Like funnel web spiders, they live in burrows, often with a trapdoor entrance, from which they ambush prey.
A trapdoor in the ceiling was the means to reaching the upper level living space.
Von Rothbart appears, like a pantomime Demon King, from a trapdoor in the center of the stage.Advertisement
Again with a secure (lockable) trapdoor in the roof - to get your ferret out through.
A trapdoor in the stage covered with a metal drain cover served as the grave of Agamemnon.
A witch's broom can also be used for sweeping the floor to expose a trapdoor.
Try leaving the trapdoor cover off or fitting a small fan to keep it ventilated.
Use the trapdoor to go down to the lower room to see concept art.Advertisement
Return to the graveyard and open the trapdoor on the front grave to get a watch.
Along one line there was a gradual elaboration of the tube until it culminated, so far as structural complexity is concerned, in the so-called trapdoor nests or burrows of various families; along the other line the tubular retreat either retains its primitive simplicity in association with a new structure, the snare or net, or is entirely superseded by the latter.