One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A door fitted with a fine mesh that allows ventilation and keeps out flying insects.‘he eased the flywire door open and stepped inside’
- ‘My visitor had remained on the other side of the flywire door.’
- ‘The flywire door was snibbed from the inside.’
- ‘The smell of insect repellent and eucalyptus and the distant constant slowly listless bang of the fly wire door.’
- ‘The fly-wire door screeched and slapped.’
- ‘Ssecond oldest sister comes flying out from behind the flywire door.’
- ‘Her mum greets her disapprovingly at the flywire door.’
- ‘His boots he carried with him, creeping barefoot through the broken flywire door that led across the back verandah.’
- ‘Fit a full-length, strong metal mesh flywire door on the outside.’
- ‘I could hear the flywire door banging viciously against the wooden door frame.’
- ‘Mum's suggestion of putting a sliding flywire door in the gap in our enclosed back verandah was eagerly taken up.’
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