gatehouse

[n] - a house built at a gateway
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Gatehouse

• (n.) A house connected or associated with a gate.
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gatehouse

noun a house built at a gateway; usually the gatekeeper`s residence
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Gatehouse

[waterworks] A gatehouse, gate house, outlet works or valve house for a dam is a structure housing sluice gates, valves, or pumps (in which case it is more accurately called a pumping station). Many gatehouses are strictly utilitarian, but especially in the nineteenth century, some were very elaborate. A set of outlet works is a device used...
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Gatehouse

Gate'house` noun A house connected or associated with a gate.
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Gatehouse

A building at the entrance to the monastic grounds.
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gatehouse

strong multi-storeyed structure containing a fortified gate
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Gatehouse

the entrance building in a curtain wall; usually one of the most heavily fortified parts of a castle
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Gatehouse

the entrance building in a curtain wall; usually one of the most heavily fortified parts of a castle
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