Ann had slammed herself against the padded wall hard enough to bruise her left cheek and her lip had been bitten until it bled.
An invisible foot trod on his back, a ghostly patter passed downstairs, he heard the two police officers in the hall shout and run, and the front door of the house slammed violently.
"Mr. Sherlock Holmes--" I began, but the words had a most magical effect, for the window instantly slammed down, and within a minute the door was unbarred and open.
Then he entered the parlour, and suddenly, swiftly, viciously, slammed the door in their faces.
And she slammed the door quickly.
And to make it worse he is often so angry that he does not give the other a chance to explain his side of it, at least not until he has said all that he has to say, and even then he not infrequently slams the receiver down on the hook as soon as he has finished!
She heard the hall door close behind him, not gently but not slammed either.
He goes out with impressive decorum, and spoils it by slamming the door savagely.
It wasn’t until there was a loud bang from someone slamming a car door nearby that she finally regained her senses.
The hall door had hardly slammed behind our visitor before Holmes had descended the stair.
Denth slammed backward, catching Vasher by surprise as they rammed together.
“Of course not,” answered Nella in a steady, clear voice, but her heart slammed angrily into her rib cage.
He pulled the door to after him and slammed it twice till it shut tight.