from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. entrance; ingress
- n. The aperture in a mould for pouring in the metal; the gate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Entrance; ingress.
- n. The aperture in a mold for pouring in the metal; the gate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Entrance; passage inward.
- n. In founding, the aperture in a mold through which fused metal is poured: also called inset and tedge.
- n. In coal-mining, an entrance to a mine from the shaft.
Then we went all about the cage and the pavilion to find ingate, and found it not; and then the three of us together strove with the bars of the herse, and shook and swayed them, but it was all to no purpose.
And be that semeliminal salmon solemonly angled, ingate and outgate.
J [ohn] W [ingate] T [hornton], in the Historical Magazine, February, 1858.
At the ingate to the Dale he found watches set, the men whereof told him that the tidings were not right great.
Thus then they entered into the narrow pass aforesaid, which was the ingate to the Vale from the Waste, and little by little its dimness swallowed up their long line.
But when they came back into the Vale the Sun-beam duly ordered that watch and ward to keep the ingate thereto, and note all that should befall till Folk-might came home.
Our Mai is planted; if not in the Feuillants Terrace, whither is no ingate, then in the Garden of the Capuchins, as near as we could get.
National Assembly has adjourned till the Evening Session: perhaps this shut lake, finding no ingate, will retire to its sources again; and disappear in peace?
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