wall round


w>wall round

vt sep (esp Brit) → ummauern
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"There," I said, "there is the wall round Solomon's Mines, but God knows if we shall ever climb it."
"There was a wall round the place and there was no door."
There was only one gateway in the ancient and lofty wall round the small park; the lodge keeper kept it locked till late in the morning, and the lodge keeper had seen no one pass.
It was a station for a great many sheep and goats, and outside there was a large yard, with a high wall round it made of stones built into the ground and of trees both pine and oak.
A large, deep moat, with a brisk current during the high water of winter, bathed the base of the wall round Paris; the Seine furnished the water.
The feline equivalent of putting a wall round your property, topping it off with ground glass, a roll of razor wire, a bunch of snipers and a couple of rabid attack dogs for good measure.
Wrapping round the reception hall is an entertainment space with granite wall round the stairwell, full height brick and timbered chimney breast, marble tiled floor and curved bar with arched feature mirrors and built-in wine fridge.
It has a big wall round it and the doors are locked at all times.
Keeping to the left we follow the roadside wall round to the left with the private grounds of Appleby Castle on the other side.
We were told by the Land Registry that the company that owned it went out of business many years ago, so we built a wall round it.
Why Build a Wall Round a Graveyard When Nobody Wants to Get In?