Barricade

Word BARRICADE
Character 9
Hyphenation bar ri cade
Pronunciations /ˌbæɹɪˈkeɪd/

Definitions and meanings of "Barricade"

What do we mean by barricade?

A usually improvised structure set up, as across a route of access, to obstruct the passage of an enemy or opponent. synonym: bulwark. noun

A usually temporary structure set up to restrict or control the movement of people or conveyances. noun

Something that serves as an obstacle; a barrier. noun

To close off or block with a barricade. transitive verb

To shut (oneself) in by means of a barricade, as for protection or privacy. transitive verb

A hastily made fortification of trees, earth, paving-stones, palisades, wagons, or anything that can obstruct the progress of an enemy or serve for defense or security. noun

A temporary barrier of any kind designed to obstruct passage into or through a space intended to be kept free for a particular use. noun

Any bar or obstruction; that which defends. noun

In naval architecture, a strong wooden rail, supported by stanchions, extending across the foremost part of the quarter-deck, in ships of war, and backed with ropes, mats, pieces of old cable, and full hammocks, as a protection against small shot in time of action. noun

To obstruct or block (a path or passage) with a barricade.

To block or render impassable.

To shut in and defend with a barricade; hem in.

Also formerly barricado.

A fortification, made in haste, of trees, earth, palisades, wagons, or anything that will obstruct the progress or attack of an enemy. It is usually an obstruction formed in streets to block an enemy's access. noun

Any bar, obstruction, or means of defense. noun

To fortify or close with a barricade or with barricades; to stop up, as a passage; to obstruct. transitive verb

A barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence noun

An obstacle, barrier, or bulwark. noun

A place of confrontation. noun

A barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence

An obstacle, barrier, or bulwark.

(in the plural) A place of confrontation.

When one is insanely good at Mario Kart and the only power ups they get are bananas and the little fake power up box things. They are then forced to just drop these items right after they get them forming a BARRICADE of bananas and fake power up things Urban Dictionary

A giant spiky robot with a massive saw-blade on his hand, capable of transforming into a Saleen Mustang police car. Contained within his chest is a smaller robot named Frenzy, who is used to hack into things. Both robots are members of the evil faction of robots from the planet Cybertron called the Decepticons. Urban Dictionary

A word for someone who allows hot students to 'climb' all over them. References Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. Urban Dictionary

To disable an entrance of it's main purpose Urban Dictionary

A good ol' pair of double d tits Urban Dictionary

When at a party or group gathering, you get cock blocked by multiple people while talking to the same girl. On a scale of 1-10, cock block is 1, Boner Barricade is 10. Urban Dictionary

1. Noun. The conjoined effort of 2 or more persons to cock block a particular individual 2. Verb. Cock blocking with the assistance of another. Urban Dictionary

Non-literal term used to describe a situation where the subject is reluctant to perform a specific task. Urban Dictionary

The 5th day of June. Typically referred to as the day when the les mis fandom wakes up from the dead in order to celebrate the day that all their favourite characters died. Urban Dictionary

When you spend the night with your friend in the same bed and put a barricade of pillows between you both to prevent physical interaction. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Barricade

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The word "barricade" in example sentences

In the barricade is a closet, click on the bottomright of it to close up. ❋ Unknown (2010)

But the problem on either side of the barricade is always content. ❋ Unknown (1959)

Each barricade is an investigation of both fortification and subversion; designing for the defense of each checkpoint, while simultaneously attempting to undermine it’s perceived raison d'être through a means of confrontation, provocation, or absurdism. ❋ Unknown (2007)

The barricade was the rampart, the wine-shop was the dungeon. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Marius hesitated to believe that the Fauchelevent of the barricade was the same as this Fauchelevent in flesh and blood, sitting so gravely beside ❋ Unknown (2008)

He got close to the police barricade, which is just a few hundred yards from the Dirksen Senate Building. ❋ Unknown (2008)

An avalanche had dropped there; the barricade was the debris of the torn cliffs, their dust, their pebbles, their boulders. ❋ Unknown (2004)

The barricade was a more difficult matter, as it had to be made full in front of the enemy's fire; but it was contrived with wonderful coolness and rapidity, the civilians about eagerly bringing stones. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

Beyond the barricade was a little meadow, shoulder deep in a curious grass with bristly heads which grew very thickly. ❋ John Preston True (N/A)

The only object in the room heavy enough to serve as a barricade was the bed, and it was too heavy for me to move, ❋ George Barr McCutcheon (1897)

So far as the prosperity of the race was concerned, the discontinuance of the system of empty vestibules was far more important than the invention of the barricade, which is not altogether indispensable: it would have saved them from perishing miserably, behind impenetrable walls, and would have considerably increased the numbers of their posterity. ❋ Jean-Henri Fabre (1869)

To watch the building of this barricade, which is almost external work, demands but a little patience in waiting for the favourable moment. ❋ Jean-Henri Fabre (1869)

Marius hesitated to believe that the Fauchelevent of the barricade was the same as this Fauchelevent in flesh and blood, sitting so gravely beside Cosette. ❋ Unknown (1862)

Television pictures then showed some protesters pouring what a TV reporter said was fuel onto the barricade, which is made up largely of tyres, with sharpened bamboo poles inserted. ❋ Unknown (2010)

They made no move to do so, and TV pictures showed protesters pouring what a reporter said was fuel onto the barricade, which is made up largely of tires. ❋ Unknown (2010)

MAN:I need to [stop playing] this game. Or at least stop playing on 50cc. MAN 2:Dude, really stop all your doing is dropping barricades. MAN 3:[Holy CRAP], your barricade got me. MAN:*sigh* Its [an empty] win ❋ Sammypp (2009)

[I wish] Barricade was in [Transformers 2]. ❋ Kaymactimus (2011)

Don't get it on with her, she's a [barricade]! Ne pas [passer] à [elle], elle est une barricade! ❋ GlasSword (2011)

They barricaded [the door] ❋ RandomLoser123 (2021)

[Kimberly] hugged me today & almost broke my [chest] with her [barricade]. ❋ Kamen BTJ (2007)

Hot girl 1: All [those guys] are [cock blocking] [Abbas] Hot girl 2: Yeah, they've formed a Boner Barricade ❋ I_Like_How_I (2012)

John was so about to get laid, but then [that chick's] friends set up the best [fucking cock] [barricade] I've ever seen. ❋ GrizzlyAdams78 (2009)

"I was trying to [spank off] but [ma] [kept] making me fix barricades." ❋ PastaJerkOff (2008)

Why is the [les mis] hashtag [trending] on Tumblr today? Oh it must be [barricade day]. ❋ Iveneverbeenmorestressedinmyli (2020)

Josh and Ed [rented] a hotel room after a night of partying and built a gay [barricade] so they could sleep their [buzz off]. ❋ Randeldandel (2014)

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