Words nearby sea gate
Origin of sea gate
Examples from the Web for sea gate
When two ships are thrown on board one another by a wave, they are said to be in a sea-gate.
It was outside the sea-gate, however, that the siege was pressed most hardly.The Harlequin Opal, Vol. 3 (of 3)|Fergus Hume
Let the muckrakers worry and plan all they please for a sea-gate and a nation that's to run with its brains removed.The Harbor|Ernest Poole
The fort was built in the form of a pentagon, with a sort of sea-gate opening on the bay, for the easy launching of the pinnaces.On the Spanish Main|John Masefield
A long rolling swell: when two ships are thrown aboard one another by its means, they are said to be in a sea-gate.