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n. A table leg, set into a frame in the form of a gate, that may be swung back to allow a leaf to hang down.


Usage examples of "gateleg".

The furniture, a horsehair sofa, two Victorian armchairs with leather seats, a gateleg table, had apparently been rejected from the Manor proper.

A limned-oak Sheraton gateleg card table with a brass filigree railing, it says on the note card.

Winters entered with the lemonade and queen cakes and set them on a gateleg table near where the ladies were seated.

Susan Fenton placed the teapot on a gateleg table and gestured me to an oak chair whose seat was softened by a blue-and-white embroidered cushion.

The air smelled of some flower, very sweet, and I saw a pitcher filled with freesia on the gateleg table in the hall.

I pushed away the gateleg table as best I could and leaned forward with my hands outstretched, wanting to bring Norma to me.

They ate at a little gateleg table she had tucked under one of the living room windows.

Grant cross the room to where a small gateleg table was set against the wall.

She had little furniture, although all good stuff that had probably been begged from various relatives a John Widdicombe gateleg table with two chairs, a comfortable-looking slipcovered sofa, some reading lamps on mismatched tables, a pair of mahogany bookshelves packed tight with books, a Tabriz rug on the floor.

Alan chanted, dancing about the small gateleg table in the upstairs salon where Aidan had set the elaborately carved box.

There was the deuced contract, on the gateleg table beside the window.

The branch of candles still lit on the gateleg table showed it clearly.

As he reached for the diamond, which had fallen to the floor and rolled under the gateleg table in the struggle, she lowered the branch of candles to the back of his head with all her strength, and he dropped like a stone on top of Drake at her feet.

An old olive-wood gateleg table holding handwoven place mats, ceramic plates, and cutlery was sheltered from the sun by a lacy network of jasmine trees growing up from the other side of the stucco wall.

He had the feeling that he could get inside it, and that in fact he was inside it, along with the mahogany bed and the gateleg table, and the clock and the steel engraving and the paperweight itself.