Word to the Wise: ajar

ajar (adjective) – a little bit open

ajarGeorge Grinsted

Here are some examples of how you can use ajar:

The manager left the door ajar, so people on his team could feel they were welcome to come in.

Children, leave your bedroom doors ajar at night.

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