"And the sea-gate also," said Philip, who was reloading his revolver.
Edmond Czerny was no fool to leave a sea-gate open to all the world.
It was outside the sea-gate, however, that the siege was pressed most hardly.
Then, with one accord, the rabble dashed down to the sea-gate of the city.
He strolled along the sea-shore, and met Cocom just outside the sea-gate.
They walked a dozen paces towards the sea-gate of the castles, before he spoke.
Up to the sea-gate the lovers passed, surrounded by their friends.
After many years of neglect and decay this Elizabethan sea-gate is once more of great importance in continental traffic.
When two ships are thrown on board one another by a wave, they are said to be in a sea-gate.
A long rolling swell: when two ships are thrown aboard one another by its means, they are said to be in a sea-gate.