watergate

[ waw-ter-geyt, wot-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF watergate
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The watergate is the only part of his structure still existing.

Said Frederik slowly, When fathers up at the watergate, hes there because hes business there.

We were on an island and owned a watergate if we wanted to take a boat.

I refer, of course, to the investigations of the so-called Watergate affair.

Macleod demanded, as side by side their two canoes nosed in to shore through the channel where the watergate was blown to atoms.

They were now in the outer harbour and not far from the Watergate which led into the inner castle-haven.

The mayor closing the watergate caused much vexation to the lawyers rowing by boat to Westminster, and the king had to interfere.

The watergate was open, and a wild rush of men, women, and children took place down to the boats.

On an outlying work commanding the watergate eight thirty-two pounders were mounted.

The two women hid themselves in the reeds, and Pharaoh's daughter appeared with her attendants at the watergate.

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