The first man to approach the wicket was the Director of the Circus.
I remembered, however, that Sir Giles had brought me in by a wicket in that gate.
As we enter, we hear her, standing at the wicket, talking to some one behind the scene.
But if you knock I shall be waiting for you, and I will admit you by the wicket.
"And here it is," said Cashel, as he unlocked the wicket and flung it wide.
When the kiln is full the wicket is bricked up and daubed over with road-mud.
But stay, I heard the wicket close—there is some one coming.
Anyway, you'll have to move on and let the others get up to the wicket.
Then I stopped, for the man with the bleary eyes had shut the wicket in my face.
He led his guest forth, let him out by the wicket, and returned to the kitchen.