- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stanchion.
“On the left, a stanchioned flat-screen monitor shows the drummer pounding away in the grave.”
“And the compass stanchioned on the bridge had gone along with a wave, stanchions and all.”
“They mustered eighteen in all, and in half an hour they were ironed in a row along the stanchioned rail of the torpedo-boat.”
“The room was high, narrow, and lit by a barred and stanchioned window, far above my reach, even if I had been unbound.”
“The ballast, concrete cement, was stanchioned down securely.”
“But the Lady Castlewood went back from him, putting back her hood, and leaning against the great stanchioned door which the gaoler had just closed upon them.”
“In a time shorter than it takes to tell it, the two doomed men are made fast to the stanchioned chairs; where they sit bolt upright, firm as bollard heads.”
“Such a one stands in the centre, its legs fixed in the floor, with four chairs around it, similarly stanchioned.”
“It is set lengthwise, fore and aft, a stout hair-cloth chair at top, another at bottom, and one at each side -- all, like the table, stanchioned to the timbers of the half-deck.”
“The doors were closed, and the windows were stanchioned with iron.”
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