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Noun
High walls used for defense
Noun
Constructions made of stone
Noun
Plural for a continuous vertical structure that encloses or divides an area of land
“The attendant looked at the man, then at the phone book, and shrugged before hurling it over the wall into the waste area.”
Noun
Plural for a defensive structure such as a barricade or rampart
“Within twenty-four hours, they had breached the city wall and soon had all northern Canton under control.”
Noun
Plural for a barrier or obstacle, literally or figuratively
“She stopped at the edge of the porch, and the Cartwrights formed a protective wall behind her.”
Noun
Plural for a measure, means or method to protect someone or something
“The rise in living costs since the war has tended to erode the whole wall of security protection for families which we erected in the thirties.”
Noun
Plural for a barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, forming a reservoir used to generate electricity or as a water supply
Noun
Plural for a construction of branches and twigs woven together to form a wall, barrier, fence, or roof
Noun
Plural for any navigable watercourse
Noun
Plural for a vertical front surface of a solid object
Noun
Plural for a covering for the inside surface of something
Noun
Plural for the overhang on a hill or mountain
Noun
Plural for a state of extreme fatigue or lack of energy
Noun
Plural for in painting, the technique of applying water-based pigment to wet or fresh lime mortar or plaster
Noun
Plural for a hindrance or obstruction in doing something
Noun
Plural for something that covers or hides (in darkness), figuratively or literally
Noun
Plural for a situation, typically one involving opposing parties, in which no progress can be made
Verb
To enclose or confine with a wall
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“Mountains, the sierras of many a fireside dream, seemed to wall in the town.”
Verb
To separate or partition into separate areas using a wall
“It required eight days to wall off the two mines, and thirty-six brick stoppings were built to separate the two mines.”
Verb
To block or seal a place by building a wall around or across it
“After he had piled up his materials in one part of the room, he proceeded to wall up the space between the feet of a chest of drawers.”
Verb
To secure by building defenses around
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