There an't such a rusty bit of metal in the place as its own hinges
, I believe; and I'm sure there's no such old bones here, as mine.
Nobody lives in it, and the gate is off its hinges
Although we usually call reward and punishment the two hinges
upon which all government turns, yet I could never observe this maxim to be put in practice by any nation except that of Lilliput.
But his heart thumped in his chest when he heard Christine's door turn slowly on its hinges
You could still trace the stone causeways that led up to the ruined gates where the last splinters of wood hung to the worn, rusted hinges
He peeped through the hinges
of the half-open bedroom door.
Its immense weight caused an unusually sharp grating sound, as it moved upon its hinges
The secret of the entire process hinges
on the use of the ninth ray, one of the beautiful scintillations which I had noted emanating from the great stone in my host's diadem.
Gentle pressure upon the door swung it slowly inward upon its hinges
Poole swung the axe over his shoulder; the blow shook the building, and the red baize door leaped against the lock and hinges
When later I saw him through the chink of the hinges
of the door laying the table in the dining room, I was assured of it.
I opened my door carefully; and even then, as it turned on its hinges
, it seemed to me to make a dreadful noise.