Rabbit-proof fence



noun
1.

noun

any of the boundaries between the states of Australia; figuratively, a fence erected for the purpose of exclusion
Examples

The film follows the girls as they walk for weeks along 1,500 miles of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community.
Word Origin

1881

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