[gey-bee-uh n] /ˈgeɪ bi ən/
a cylinder of wickerwork filled with earth, used as a military defense.
a metal cylinder filled with stones and sunk in water, used in laying the foundations of a dam or jetty.
a cylindrical metal container filled with stones, used in the construction of underwater foundations
a wickerwork basket filled with stones or earth, used (esp formerly) as part of a fortification
[gey-buh l] /ˈgeɪ bəl/ noun, Architecture. 1. the portion of the front or side of a building enclosed by or masking the end of a pitched roof. 2. a decorative member suggesting a gable, used especially in Gothic architecture. 3. Also called gable wall. a wall bearing a gable. [gey-buh l] /ˈgeɪ bəl/ noun 1. […]
[gey-buh ld] /ˈgeɪ bəld/ adjective 1. provided with a or : a gabled house. 2. built with a or .
noun 1. an end wall bearing a gable. noun 1. the end wall of a building on the side which is topped by a gable
noun 1. a roof sloping downward in two parts at an angle from a central ridge, so as to leave a gable at each end.