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The rectory was often surrounded by a moat, with an entrance protected by a gatehouse.

Six men came hurrying from the gatehouse, and the Cardinal called to them.

Its gatehouse and turrets were built for him from plans by Holbein.

But the young sculptor had not been at the gatehouse when Arsinoe went by.

The front on Chancery Lane and the gatehouse there were designed in 1518.

As he drew near the Gatehouse, his heart began to beat louder.

Now and then they went to the Gatehouse, and made the hearts of the Haldanes glad.

In Stephen's room at the Gatehouse there was silence, too, all the weary afternoon.

Why the Plantagenet leopards, three deep, upon the faade of the gatehouse.

When they got to the Gatehouse they paused and inspected it, though the windows were all open.

WORD ORIGIN

"house for a gatekeeper," late 14c., from gate (n.) + house (n.).

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