Examples of stanchion in a Sentence
the stanchion of an arch
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Brian Horgan, a member of the preservation society's board, said the first phase of the $3.5 million multi-phase restoration was completed in December with the shoring up of the interior with heavy steel cables and stanchions.
Meanwhile, Westbrook went down beneath the Thunder basket after crashing into the stanchion.
Rockets guard James Harden chose to play Saturday's game despite pain in his right knee from his crash into the basket stanchion on a foul by Spurs guard Brandon Paul during the fourth quarter of Friday's game against the Spurs.
Joined by most of his children and grandchildren, along with first lady Melania Trump and her parents, the Trump brood sat at the center of the club's dining room on Sunday night, kept at arm's length with rope-and-stanchion around their tables.
Paul George, the team’s resident superstar, missed all but six games in the 2014-15 season, after landing awkwardly at the base of a basket stanchion during a Las Vegas scrimmage while playing for Team USA.
The Cash America in northeast Houston had already put measures in place — security stanchions by the front door to prevent cars from smashing through the entryway, surveillance cameras and other measures Elder won’t reveal.
Only two Michigan State Police officers stood on guard outside, waiting along the stanchions and red velvet ropes that formed a line for a crush of people that didn't show up.
Others peered out from behind stanchions as mayhem spilled onto the Strip and into nearby hotels.
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Origin and Etymology of stanchion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of stanchion for English Language Learners
: a strong, upright pole that is used to support something
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