Wire fence

Related to Wire fence: Chain link fence
a fence consisting of posts with strained horizontal wires, wire netting, or other wirework, between.

See also: Wire

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Shimerda's grave was still there, with a sagging wire fence around it, and an unpainted wooden cross.
Midway along, where a barbed wire fence was strung high across the mouth of the gulch and weighted down with big rocks, she caught her first glimpse of the tiny beach.
The last of the descent, from the barbed wire fence, was a sliding fall of a dozen feet, and Saxon arrived on the soft dry sand in a sitting posture.
It might be the assembling of a particularly jolly crowd; a touch of anger against my architect or against a thieving stone-mason working on my barn; the death of my favourite horse in a barbed wire fence; or news of good fortune in the morning mail from my dealings with editors and publishers.
There was a bare little plot of grass in the middle, protected by a cheap wire fence. An elderly nursemaid and two children were standing in a corner of the enclosure, looking at a lean goat tethered to the grass.
Montenegro, seeing a rise in the number of migrants passing through the country on a new route to the European Union, is considering building a razor wire fence on its border with Albania to stem the flow, a government official said on Sunday.
The lowly barbed wire fence was the one thing that made that possible.
We had just purchased a small cottage out in the country, and I wanted to install a wire fence for our dogs.
explosion on Thursday, near the wire fence in central Gaza Strip, Israeli
February 09 2012 (TUR) -- Chairperson of the Immigration Committee at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Giacolo Santini criticized Greece on Thursday for placing a wire fence at the Turkish-Greek border.