barricaded : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ba ruh kay did

  • v  render unsuitable for passage
  • v  prevent access to by barricading
    The street where the President lives is always barricaded
  • v  block off with barricades
  • s  preventing entry or exit or a course of action
    a barricaded street

  • Twenty police, nervously eying a growing mob of 20,000 Africans demanding to be arrested, barricaded themselves behind a 4-ft.
  • In Eisenach and Dessau, French, Belgian and Dutch slave labor gangs barricaded themselves in their barracks, sang their national anthems.
  • Last week he found he had guessed wrong again, when Rumanian Army artillery blasted him out of his barricaded home and he was put on trial for supplying the rebels with arms.
News & Articles


  • Sajjad Karim in New York Times
    Before his phone went dead, Mr. Karim added: "I managed to turn away and I ran into the hotel kitchen and then we were shunted into a restaurant in the basement. We are now in the dark in this room, and we have barricaded all the doors. It's really...
  • Manasseh Sogavare in ABC Online
    The headquarters is tightly barricaded and equipped with video cameras to block our men, but yet our girls are smuggled in,Mr Sogavare said. "This is against our law but RAMSI personnel committing these offences cannot be prosecuted under...
  • Ben Hatfield in San Diego Union Tribune
    They could be in another location or they could be barricaded somewhere,Hatfield told reporters.

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