wicket gate

NOUN
  1. small gate or door (especially one that is part of a larger door)
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How To Use wicket gate In A Sentence

  • Outside in the yard was a storm water drain which was used as an urinal and a water barrel for collecting the water from the roof and the slated stone buildings, a wicket gate leading to a dry toilet at the and of the garden.
  • He went up through the wicket gate and into the cemetery, a quiet, surprisingly well-kept plot.
  • The style of the gate should match the house: a wicket gate would look out of place in a smart city setting, whereas antique wrought iron might lead to expectations that a cottage garden fails to meet.
  • The style of the gate should match the house: a wicket gate would look out of place in a smart city setting, whereas antique wrought iron might lead to expectations that a cottage garden fails to meet.
  • Hastily, the girl slid backwards on hands and knees behind the nearest tree, and watched as they opened the wicket gate and walked down the track deeper into the forest.
  • Turn left into Bleak Terrace and go back on to the Fell through the wicket gate to the village boundary wall.
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