Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having gates.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having gates.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gate.
  • adjective Capable of being switched on and off (normally by means of a signal).
  • adjective Have a gate or other restricted access.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The term gated communities refers to upmarket, enclosed, high security complexes.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But too often, a wall separates each of us from the world outside, and from others who have likewise taken refuge in their own private sanctuaries -- what we call the gated community of the heart.

    ScrippsNews

  • In a society where the wealthiest are walled off in gated communities and the poorest are isolated in ghettos, our public schools — for all their faults and shortcomings — are still our best chance to give all children a shot at the American dream.

    Radical idea: Public schools aren't an awful mess

  • Perhaps they don't live in gated communities, make trips to the US to buy just about everything, shop only at Costco, Sam's, Walmart, Superama, and Home Depot.

    Page 2

  • Perhaps they don't live in gated communities, make trips to the US to buy just about everything, shop only at Costco, Sam's, Walmart, Superama, and Home Depot.

    Cost of living in Mexican cities

  • The very idea of a “man of God” and a “preacher” making six figures, driving luxury cars and living in gated communities, with expense accounts, country club memberships and obese bodies is laughable and obscene.

    Think Progress » Hatch Warns Tea Party Activists: Work With The GOP…Or Else

  • Perhaps they don't live in gated communities, make trips to the US to buy just about everything, shop only at Costco, Sam's, Walmart, Superama, and Home Depot.

    Cost of living in Mexican cities

  • Perhaps they don't live in gated communities, make trips to the US to buy just about everything, shop only at Costco, Sam's, Walmart, Superama, and Home Depot.

    Page 2

  • Perhaps they don't live in gated communities, make trips to the US to buy just about everything, shop only at Costco, Sam's, Walmart, Superama, and Home Depot.

    Page 2

  • The very idea of a “man of God” and a “preacher” making six figures, driving luxury cars and living in gated communities, with expense accounts, country club memberships and obese bodies is laughable and obscene.

    Think Progress » Hatch Warns Tea Party Activists: Work With The GOP…Or Else

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