A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Palisade

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    • noun. a strong fence, usually made out of wood or iron poles. It is often used for defense or protection purposes.
    • noun. Line of tall cliffs by the river side.
    • verb. To protect or defend by building a palisade
      • The word Palisade comes from French, which in turn comes from the Latin noun palus, meaning “stake.”

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      • fence, enclosure, barricade

  • As the word of war spread, the city was fortified from all sides and palisades were built to provide the first line of defence.
  • The children were allowed to play within the palisade of the house.

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