Stockade



noun
1.
Fortification. a defensive barrier consisting of strong posts or timbers fixed upright in the ground.
2.
an enclosure or pen made with posts and stakes.
3.
U.S. Military. a prison for military personnel.
verb (used with object), stockaded, stockading.
4.
to protect, fortify, or encompass with a stockade.
noun
1.
an enclosure or barrier of stakes and timbers
2.
(US) a military prison or detention area
verb
3.
(transitive) to surround with a stockade

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