the name of one of the gates of the temple (Acts 3:2). It is supposed to have been the door which led from the court of the Gentiles to the court of the women. It was of massive structure, and covered with plates of Corinthian brass.
"Rise up and walk," said Peter to the lame man at the beautiful gate.
But, sir, which way shall we go in order to arrive at the beautiful gate?
On top of it you will find a great plain and a house with a beautiful gate.
Beyond this bridge was a wall of glass, in which opened a beautiful gate, which conducted into Paradise.
He caught sight of some Pharisees coming down the steps of the beautiful gate.
Access to the central aisle is gained through a door of sculptured wood known as the beautiful gate.
It was nothing like his dream that Tiny sang, though to be sure it was all about a beautiful gate.
The beautiful gate of the Temple, which required the strength of twenty men to close it, had opened of its own accord.
In this respect they resemble Raffaelle's beggars at the "beautiful gate," in their admirable generality an individuality.
But the producer hammers and hammers away like a metal-worker fashioning a beautiful gate.