closed (part of speech: verb)
Mother made Answer, she never knew a Cat partiall to cold Pig; and the Door having been latched,
was suspicious of a Puss in Boots.
- "Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary", Anne Manning.
He rose and went softly to the door, which was not latched,
opened it, and saw a hand dart down that was extended, as he stood face to face with Dally Watlock.
- "The Man with a Shadow", George Manville Fenn.
the gate at dawn of day, I planted poppies by the door, To His retreats I came away And I shall wander thence no more.
- "Eight Harvard Poets", E. Estlin Cummings S. Foster Damon J. R. Dos Passos Robert Hillyer R. S. Mitchell.