Yes, certainly the bolts were drawn, and the key had not been turned in the lock.
"Shining Ferry" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
He could open that door, he knew, for no keys or bolts were allowed on any stateroom door.
"Tom Slade on a Transport" by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
The back-door was locked and the key gone, but the front-door was only bolted inside.
"Oswald Bastable and Others" by Edith Nesbit
He rose and began slotting back the bolts, turning the big key.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
He crossed the room slowly, turned the key, and drew the bolt.
"The White Lie" by William Le Queux
They all heard the bolts drawn and the key turned in the lock.
"Olive in Italy" by Moray Dalton
Upon Fawkes replying, the bolt was withdrawn, the door opened a few inches and the face of Master Keyes appeared in the aperture.
"The Fifth of November" by Charles S. Bentley
She ran to the door, fastened it with bolt and key, and stood with her back against it.
"The Continental Dragoon" by Robert Neilson Stephens
The door is opened before he can turn the bolt with his night-key, and the whitest possible little hand presses his.
"Daisy's Necklace" by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
You see how it turns the bolt in and out as I turn the key.
"With the Children on Sunday" by Sylvanus Stall
Some one had come into the room and Antony, bolt upright, heard the door drawn and the key turned.
"Fairfax and His Pride" by Marie Van Vorst
When you turn the key you shoot bolts, top, bottom and both sides.
"Blind Policy" by George Manville Fenn
And always there come the sound of keys turning and the grating of iron hinges and bolts and bars.
"Within Prison Walls" by Thomas Mott Osborne
Finding their methods of calling sinners to repentance unendurable, he took the key of the fields, and made a bolt of it.
"Lafcadio Hearn" by Nina H. Kennard
And there was not only a key but a bolt!
"The Day of Wrath" by Louis Tracy
The key turned, the bolts ground back.
"The Undying Past" by Hermann Sudermann
Naturally I couldn't use my key to get into the house for you had it bolted from the inside.
"Penny Nichols and the Mystery of the Lost Key" by Joan Clark
The bolts having been without much difficulty withdrawn, she produced a key, which she handed to Edward.
"Antony Waymouth" by W.H.G. Kingston
They were afraid of the noise they must make in turning the keys, withdrawing the bolts, and lifting the latches.
"Digby Heathcote" by W.H.G. Kingston
But thus urged, he turned the key in the lock, bolting the door from the inside.
"Danger at the Drawbridge" by Mildred A. Wirt
Key and bar, key and bar,
Iron bolt and chain!
And what will you do when the King comes
To enter his domain?
"Love's Castle" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
I'm trying to forge a key
To ope the gates of heaven;
That key's in the hearts of men,
And back its bolts are driven.
"Magna est Veritas" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Let us all try-daily to forge a key,
To open the gates of heaven,
If we make that key the hearts of men,
The bolt will be backward driven.
"Children's Day. I John, 4:4" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Where rests the secret? Where the keys
Of the old death-bolted mysteries?
Alas! the dead retain their trust;
Dust hath no answer from the dust.
"Questions Of Life" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Pavilions of sunshine--tents of the rain,
For these, the wild and the free;
And for us walled garden and window-pane,
And bolt and staple and key.
"A Pagan Prayer" by Virna Sheard
Nay, constant prayer is a golden key,
Thy doors to open at the dawn of light —
A bolt, to shut them at the close of day —
A fort, to guard from harm, both day and night.
"Concerning Prayer, And Its Proper Requisites" by Rees Prichard