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stock·ade / stäˈkād/ • n. a barrier formed from upright wooden posts or stakes, esp. as a defense against attack or as a means of confining animals. ∎  an enclosure bound by such a barrier: we got ashore and into the stockade. ∎  a military prison. • v. [tr.] [usu. as adj.] (stockaded) enclose (an area) by erecting such a barrier.

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stockade

stockade XVII. — F. †estocade, alt. of †estacade — Sp. estacada, f. estaca — Rom. — Gmc. *stak- STAKE; see -ADE.

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