One who is employed to guard an entrance or gateway.(noun)
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Use "doorkeeper" in a sentence
"Then a pretty little girl, Tilly Turtelle, who seemed quite a premature flirt, proposed "doorkeeper" -- a suggestion accepted with great _eclat_ by all the children, several grown people assenting."
"He took them and, shutting the door of the closet upon Abu Sir, fared forth without telling any; and the doorkeeper was then at market and thus saw him not go out."
"The doorkeeper will be the Commonwealth summit's host, President"