How to use Barricade in a sentence

barricade
  • But in any case, here was a barricade 190-207 ft.

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  • The Acropolis had been dismantled as a fortress after the expulsion of Hippias; its defenders against the Persians found it necessary to erect a wooden barricade at its entrance.

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  • Players can barricade doors with chairs and boxes, destroy or move cabinets and tables and interact fully with their surroundings.

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  • A double row of overturned coaches made a capital barricade, with a few paving stones.

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  • He said there seemed to be a " cultural barricade " around Birmingham and a reluctance to accept ideas from elsewhere.

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  • He was shot near the rubble barricade in front of Rossville Flats.

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  • Numbly, she rolled over to a pile of grain sacks they had put up as a barricade.

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  • Few things of the kind are superior to the sketch of the early barricade of the Fronde in which the writer had so great a share, the hesitations of the court, the bold adventure of the coadjutor himself into the palace and the final triumph of the insurgents.

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  • The enemy advanced of the sap, blowing up a sandbag barricade leaving just one foot of its standing.

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  • In order to avoid bloodshed, he went down to the insurgents on the barricade, but was seized by them, imprisoned, and for some time his life was in danger.

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  • Accordingly, in spite of the warning of General Cavaignac, he mounted the barricade at the entrance to the Faubourg St Antoine, bearing a green branch as sign of peace.

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