fascine

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noun fas·cine \fa-ˈsēn, fə-\

Definition of fascine

  1. :  a long bundle of sticks of wood bound together and used for such purposes as filling ditches and making revetments for riverbanks

Origin and Etymology of fascine

French, from Latin fascina, from fascis


First Known Use: circa 1688


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