stockades

stockades
stock·ade || stɑ'keɪd /stɒ- n. fence comprised of tall stakes placed upright in the ground; wall, enclosure, defense barrier v. surround with a stockade, protect by means of a stockade

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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