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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of stockade.

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Examples

  • At the distance of a short half-mile from the fortified house, or garrison, as by a singular corruption of terms the stockaded building was called, stood a dwelling of pretensions altogether superior to any in the hamlet.

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish

  • It could house only 200 men, so a stockaded hornwork with barracks was added later.

    George Washington’s First War

  • It could house only 200 men, so a stockaded hornwork with barracks was added later.

    George Washington’s First War

  • It could house only 200 men, so a stockaded hornwork with barracks was added later.

    George Washington’s First War

  • It could house only 200 men, so a stockaded hornwork with barracks was added later.

    George Washington’s First War

  • I asked one of the Russian sailors what the river might be, and he said: "Syr Daria," and then pointing to a great wooden stockaded fort on the rising land above the river, he added: "Fort Raim."

    The Sky Writer

  • There were more soldiers in the stockaded fort, and they opened a narrow wooden gate to let us and our escorts in.

    NaBloPoMo: Deuce Baggins, Private Eye, chapter 13

  • Brady's family lived near the mouth of Glade Run in a stockaded house, known at the time as Brady's Fort.

    History of American Women

  • There were more soldiers in the stockaded fort, and they opened a narrow wooden gate to let us and our escorts in.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Starting with a stockaded town square, Lady Deborah based the design of Gravesend on Kent, England.

    History of American Women

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