(rare, perhaps nonstandard) Simple past tense and past participle of ajar.
Common misspelling of ajar.
Example sentences with "ajarred", translation memory
Run down to the market for ajar of Gerber baby- Drac food?
He leaned against the cinderblock wall next to the pencil-line of light escaping through the slightly ajar door and lit his cigarette.
Door was ajar when we found it, headlights on
A few more footsteps to and fro; and here, at last, - with another pitiful sigh, like a gust of chill, damp wind out of a long-closed vault, the door of which has accidentally been set, ajar - here comes Miss Hepzibah Pyncheon!
It came from a room across the landing, whose door stood ajar.
Aftermath State fire investigators determined that soot rose from the basement through a door left ajar to prevent pipe freezing; it then distributed through the rest of the building with the aid of a steady stream of air escaping through two roof-top hatches, above the fire stairs, that automatically opened when the fire alarm sounded.
It' s ajar. okay, so I' m at this mystery door
The two spies were already at the farmhouse door, which was ajar.
The Life Before Us, a novel the writer and diplomat Romain Gary (1914-1980) –under the pseudonym Emile Ajar– won the Gouncourt award for in 1975, and of which a film version was made (Madame Rosa), is surprising because of just how significant it remains today, and because of its touches of irony, innocence and love.
What should not be allowed to happen in the meantime, is for the doors which are now ajar to be quietly closed. The splendid cooperation Mrs Moreau spoke of just now could be an example of this.
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