one of the gates in the north wall of Jerusalem, so called because built by the Jebusites (Neh. 3:6; 12:39).
One time I passed the old gate, going out of my way, on a journey to Gimmerton.
It was the last time the old gate of The Poplars was to open or close for him.
She passed down the steps and through the garden toward the cedar wood which led to the old gate on the narrow road.
It did not grieve me any to notice that the old gate was getting a little shaky.
Hers is the fairy tale that Cousin Kate told me, about an old gate near here.
He pushed open the old gate and came slowly up to the house.
The present one was built in 1849, on the site of the old gate of the drawbridge.
The barker is full to the muzzle; let's blow the old gate open.
Softly, he pushed open the old gate, as he might have pushed open the door of a church.
Flying along the grass as softly as a lapwing, he reached the old gate.