(Jer. 19:2), properly the Potter's gate, the gate which led to the potter's field, in the valley of Hinnom.
I could meet you at the east gate and let you know if the coast is clear.
The forest and the moor stretch to the east gate of the city.
And they walked through the east gate, and down the wooded hill to the water side.
The church was outside the enclosure, about twenty paces from the east gate.
The east gate of the town as long ago as 1773 proved so great an obstruction to commerce and traffic that it was pulled down.
In no pleasant mood Armstrong mounted 233 and trotted for the east gate.
Internally it was divided up by streets which, except near the east gate, run parallel or at right angles to one another.
A little eastward, near the "east gate," stood the parsonage.
This gate is at present walled up by reason of its vicinity to the east gate, which renders it of little use.
So they hastened along until at length the east gate was reached.