To the right, the public pathway led down through the lych-gate into the village.
Glancing at his watch, he talked of the nasty curve at the lych-gate.
Feeling just in the humour for a little moralizing, I opened the lych-gate and entered the churchyard.
He descended the steps, came out at the lych-gate, and met her.
Dare, meanwhile, walking with Ruth, caught sight of the church and lych-gate with heart-felt regret.
A bell was tolling for evensong in the grey church and they saw the vicar pass under the lych-gate with slow footsteps.
At the click of the lych-gate under her hand the man turned sharply round and looked at her without moving further.
A quiet, peaceful spot it is, entered by a lych-gate and surrounded by a small "God's acre."
Look to it: him that is last at the lych-gate Sir Daniel shall reward.
They passed the lych-gate of the churchyard, and then, following a sudden impulse, Radmore turned into the post-office.