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sea gate

noun
1.
a navigable channel giving access to the sea.
Origin of sea gate
1860-1865
1860-65
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  • All right, sometimes insensitivity could be a defense as it had at the sea gate.

    Key Out of Time Andre Alice Norton
  • She took me down, to the sea gate at the end of a warm, still, foggy day.

    The Harbor Ernest Poole
  • It is situated at the sea gate to the presence-chamber of the Queen of the Adriatic.

    Venice Dorothy Menpes
  • Were we not on the way to force their sea gate only days ago?

    Key Out of Time Andre Alice Norton
  • Yet I swam through the sea gate, and the sub was there also.

    Key Out of Time Andre Alice Norton
  • And the promontories of the sea gate were starkly clear in the growing light.

    Key Out of Time Andre Alice Norton

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