Definition of "wicket-gate" []

  • A small gate; a wicket. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "wicket-gate" in a sentence
  • "The dog, incited by its master, sprang over the wicket-gate and pursued the unfortunate Baronet, who fled screaming down the Yew Alley."
  • ""Yes, the wicket-gate which leads on to the moor.""
  • "On tiptoe, with noiseless step and suppressed breath, trembling at every rustle of their own apparel, one after another the fair prisoners glided down the winding stair, under the guidance of Roland Graeme, and were received at the wicket-gate by Henry Seyton and the churchman."