In a state of discord regarding balance while he is ajar because of the world
- a little turned or unsealed given that door was standing ajar
- a little available
- Slightly turned or established; because, the entranceway was standing ajar.
- In circumstances of discord; from equilibrium; because, he could be ajar with society.
1718, possibly from Scottish dialectal a char "somewhat available," previously char (very early 16c.), from center English char, from Old English cier "a change."
(adv.) Somewhat switched or unsealed; since, the entranceway had been standing ajar.
- (adv.) In a state of discord; regarding harmony; because, he's ajar using the globe.
Her door was ajar and the chill from an open window washed over him.