barrace

barrace

(ˈbɑːˌreɪs)
n
a barricade or barrier, particularly one in front of a castle or enclosing the grounds of a tournament
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Miss Barrace has taken the intractable American under her wing and is delighted and amused that her charge refuses to give in.
Qualifying this suggestion of Waymarsh's portability, Miss Barrace adds, "Certainly, if you mean by portable .
A perceptive, bright young man, Little Bilham becomes the confident of the ambassadors and, along with a friend, Miss Barrace, their interpreters of social and artistic life in Paris.
Miss Barrace, a shrewd, witty, understanding woman living in Paris.
Miss Barrace has unknowingly noted that Waymarsh's total Americanness is in itself a duplicate already.