1. a 2nd story or higher door that has doors leading straight into a fall to the ground.
2. what causes retired cops to act sometimes somewhat paranoid.
see Winchester Castle
for a place with a lot of suicide doors
my grandpa died tragically when he accidently stepped through a suicide door.
Car doors that open backwards. In the early 1900s most cars were sold to elderly because they were the only people who could afford them. The term suicide door originated before Drinking and Driving became illegal.
While the car was still moving, an intoxicated driver would open the door to vomit and would be pulled out of the vehicle.
Grandpa opened them suicide doors to throw up and he got runned over by his own car.
Doors that open the oposite way than they usually do. Used in the 1930's by gangsters because they could easily hang out of their car with their tommy guns and shoot at the vehicle that was following them.
In the movie Dick Tracy they use vehicles with suicide doors.
Suicide doors are automobile doors that are hinged on the edges closer to the back of the vehicle. The name refers to the danger of such a door being hit by another vehicle while parked at the curb--slamming an open door shut with enough force to kill.
The 1966 Lincoln Continental in <i>The Matrix</i> had Suicide Doors.
a vehicle with doors that open from the opposite direction the most cars now adays they are called suicide doors because if they open while going down the road its almost impossible to close them unless u stop and if u going at high speed and they open they can come flying off, its meaning also refers to the opening in a regular car is safer because you are openign it with the design to push u back and get redged in so its harder to open the door and jump out of it while its moving trying to kill yourself while suicide doors dont have the insurence they fling open and design with no protection from jumping out at high speeds
"sorry about your door flying off because i didnt close it right but its not my fault you have have suicide doors"