Barricaded [verb]

Definition of Barricaded:

block, usually to protect

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Sentence/Example of Barricaded:

The nine barricaded the outer gates and placed in the best positions guns loaded with grape.

The Justiciars had prudently barricaded the doors, but, when Bruce called for fire, they instantly surrendered.

Watch shall continue to be held on the ramparts of the city, whose gates shall be closed and barricaded.

They began by attacking the large front door of the factory, which the workmen had barricaded but not closed.

Gilliatt, thoughtful and anxious, behind that barricaded portal, listened to the sound of death knocking loudly for admittance.

He arrived at the studio in the afternoon, and, laying in provisions, barricaded the lower door.

Will and Ed knew that Bert had been found and that all three were barricaded in the cave.

The bars by which the gates were barricaded were removed from their accustomed place.

Thenceforth, their abode for part of the day was inside the veranda, where a section was barricaded-off for their exclusive use.

The whole eastern part of Paris was barricaded like a fortified camp.