gatehouse gatehouse


  • (n) a house built at a gateway; usually the gatekeeper's residence


  1. Taylor seldom appears at Argus' mausoleumlike Toronto offices, much preferring to work out of the comfortable gatehouse of his 600-acre suburban Toronto estate.
  2. Gehry also once asked Stella to design a gatehouse for the Peter Lewis estate outside Cleveland that Gehry worked on for years, though none of it was ever built.
  3. Indeed, Miranda's whole purpose was to protect an accused in the gatehouse as well as the mansion.


  1. Michael McKinley named new general manager at Daily Reporter

    Gatehouse Media Senior Group Publisher Jim Murphy has named Wellsville native Michael McKinley as the new general manager of the Wellsville Daily Reporter.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Wellsville Daily Reporter

  2. TALKIN' GOLF: Big Event will be US Amateur

    Fore! Yes, it’s us; we are back for another summer of golf in the Gatehouse weeklies. It’s been a long winter and a longer and colder spring than normal, but summer is a coming, the snow birds are trickling back from the Sunbelt and soon, juniors will be out of school, meaning teachers and their students will be clogging up our golf courses.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Weymouth News

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