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pal·i·sade

 (păl′ĭ-sād′)
n.
1.
a. A fence of pales forming a defense barrier or fortification.
b. One of the pales of such a fence.
2. palisades A line of lofty steep cliffs, usually along a river.
tr.v. pal·i·sad·ed, pal·i·sad·ing, pal·i·sades
To equip or fortify with palisades or a palisade.

[French palissade, from Old French, from Old Provençal palissada, from palissa, stake, from Vulgar Latin *pālīcea, from Latin pālus; see pag- in Indo-European roots.]
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palisade

(ˌpælɪˈseɪd)
n
1. a strong fence made of stakes driven into the ground, esp for defence
2. one of the stakes used in such a fence
3. (Botany) botany a layer of elongated mesophyll cells containing many chloroplasts, situated below the outer epidermis of a leaf blade
vb
(tr) to enclose with a palisade
[C17: via French, from Old Provençal palissada, ultimately from Latin pālus stake; see pale2, pole1]
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pal•i•sade

(ˌpæl əˈseɪd)

n., v. -sad•ed, -sad•ing. n.
1. a fence of pales or stakes set firmly in the ground, as for enclosure or defense.
2. a pale or stake pointed at the top and set firmly in the ground in a close row with others to form a defense.
3. palisades, a line of cliffs.
v.t.
4. to furnish or fortify with a palisade.
[1590–1600; < French palissade, Middle French < Old Provençal palissada <paliss(a) paling, derivative of pal stake, pale2]
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Palisade

 anything resembling or likened to a row of stakes.
Examples: palisade of cliffs, 1850; of ice-pinnacles, 1871; of mountains, 1865; of shrubs; of stakes, 1832; of stiff hairs, 1713; of teeth, 1796; of trees.
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palisade


Past participle: palisaded
Gerund: palisading

Imperative
palisade
palisade
Present
I palisade
you palisade
he/she/it palisades
we palisade
you palisade
they palisade
Preterite
I palisaded
you palisaded
he/she/it palisaded
we palisaded
you palisaded
they palisaded
Present Continuous
I am palisading
you are palisading
he/she/it is palisading
we are palisading
you are palisading
they are palisading
Present Perfect
I have palisaded
you have palisaded
he/she/it has palisaded
we have palisaded
you have palisaded
they have palisaded
Past Continuous
I was palisading
you were palisading
he/she/it was palisading
we were palisading
you were palisading
they were palisading
Past Perfect
I had palisaded
you had palisaded
he/she/it had palisaded
we had palisaded
you had palisaded
they had palisaded
Future
I will palisade
you will palisade
he/she/it will palisade
we will palisade
you will palisade
they will palisade
Future Perfect
I will have palisaded
you will have palisaded
he/she/it will have palisaded
we will have palisaded
you will have palisaded
they will have palisaded
Future Continuous
I will be palisading
you will be palisading
he/she/it will be palisading
we will be palisading
you will be palisading
they will be palisading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been palisading
you have been palisading
he/she/it has been palisading
we have been palisading
you have been palisading
they have been palisading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been palisading
you will have been palisading
he/she/it will have been palisading
we will have been palisading
you will have been palisading
they will have been palisading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been palisading
you had been palisading
he/she/it had been palisading
we had been palisading
you had been palisading
they had been palisading
Conditional
I would palisade
you would palisade
he/she/it would palisade
we would palisade
you would palisade
they would palisade
Past Conditional
I would have palisaded
you would have palisaded
he/she/it would have palisaded
we would have palisaded
you would have palisaded
they would have palisaded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.palisade - fortification consisting of a strong fence made of stakes driven into the groundpalisade - fortification consisting of a strong fence made of stakes driven into the ground
fortification, munition - defensive structure consisting of walls or mounds built around a stronghold to strengthen it
Verb1.palisade - surround with a wall in order to fortify
protect - shield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage; "Weatherbeater protects your roof from the rain"
stockade - surround with a stockade in order to fortify
circumvallate - surround with or as if with a rampart or other fortification
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palisade

noun fence, defence, paling, enclosure, bulwark, stockade a stout wooden palisade enclosing the yard
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Translations
pihtaed

palisade

[ˌpælɪˈseɪd] N
1.palizada f, estacada f
2. palisades (US) (= cliffs) → acantilado msing
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palisade

[ˌpælɪˈseɪd] npalissade f
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palisade

n
Palisade f
palisades pl (US) → Steilufer nt
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palisade

[ˌpælɪseɪd] npalizzata
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References in classic literature ?
Late in the afternoon the band came upon a small palisaded village of thatched huts set in a clearing in the jungle close beside a placid river.
Intranodal palisaded myofibroblastoma (IPM), also known as "intranodal hemorrhagic spindle cell tumor with amianthoid fibers," is a benign mesenchymal tumor of the lymph node originating from smooth muscle cells and myofibroblasts often with the presence of amianthoid fibers [1, 2].
In the light of these results, the case was diagnosed as intranodal palisaded myofibroblastoma.
Palisaded encapsulated neuroma(PEN) is a benign intraneural neuroma presenting as a solitary, sessile,immobile, asymptomatic, skin-coloured papule or nodule, commonly affecting the butterfly area of the face of a middle-aged person.It is not associated with neurofibromatosis or multiple endocrine neoplasia.We hereby report a unique case presenting with a firm,nodular growthover the posteromedial aspect of right kneewhich progressively increased in size over one year.On the basis of histopathologic findings,diagnosis of palisaded encapsulated neuroma was made.It is imperativeto diagnose it histopathologically, because it is more commonly misdiagnosed clinically with schwannoma and neurofibroma.