Lodge gate

a park gate, or entrance gate, near the lodge. See Lodge, n., 1 (b).

See also: Lodge

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You will see a friend of mine waiting among the trees, on this side of the lodge gate," he said.
I followed you back to the school; and, on pretense of having a daughter to educate, I got one of Miss Ladd's prospectuses from the porter at the lodge gate.
I am considering whether I had better wait here for the arrival of the messenger from London, or slip away quietly, and watch for him outside the lodge gate.
I went out, as I had proposed, to meet the messenger with my letter from London at the lodge gate.
Nearly all the inmates of the prison had assembled to witness its removal; they fell back on either side when the widower appeared; he walked hurriedly forward, and stationed himself, alone, in a little railed area close to the lodge gate, from whence the crowd, with an instinctive feeling of delicacy, had retired.
As I sat by my bedroom window I saw three men in the moonlight down by the lodge gate yonder, but I thought nothing of it at the time.
If he needed a sauce, Fate bestowed one upon him, for he was scarcely midway through his meal before a loud ringing at the lodge gates proved the accuracy of his conjectures.
Wemmick," said the turnkey, who kept us between the two studded and spiked lodge gates, and who carefully locked one before he unlocked the other, "what's Mr.
This time, as the distance was short, I did not mount, but ran with Dogger's stirrup-leather to the lodge gates and up the long, leafless, moonlit avenue to where the white line of the hall buildings looked on either hand on great old gardens.
We can go through the lodge gates at the back here.
I was to leave Gateshead that day by a coach which passed the lodge gates at six a.
They reached the great lodge gates of the park, and, to March's surprise, passed them and continued along the interminable white, straight road.