Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gate.(verb)
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Use "gates" in a sentence
"Bsnjamin, and Dan: On the north fide three gates, upon which were written the names of Reuben, Ju - dah, and Levi: On the fouth fide three gates* upon which were written the names of Simeon, If a - char, and Zebulon: And on the weft fide three gates, upon which were written the names of Gad,"
"No Child Left Behind and the Obama's Administration "Race to the Top" brought us many things including high stakes testing or what I call gates examinations -- pass the test and you go through the gate, fail it and you do not."
"His temple at Rome has two gates, which they call the gates of war, because they stand open in the time of war, and shut in the times of peace; of which latter there was very seldom an example, for, as the Roman empire was enlarged and extended, it was so encompassed with barbarous nations and enemies to be resisted, that it was seldom or never at peace."