Examples of stockade in a Sentence
prisoners of war confined in a stockade
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Using ancient post holes as a guide, a stockade has been reconstructed around the periphery of Aztalan, giving visitors a fleeting sense of this ancient city’s dimensions.
Soldiers abandoned their positions and ran into the stockade.
Shaken, Washington rushed back to Great Meadows and ordered the construction of a stockade in anticipation of a French attack.
Nearby is a photo opp for those with naughty friends or relatives – an old-style stockade found in those times as a punishment for transgressors.
Hey, that’s not how my church asks for volunteers to stand in stockades on top of a taco truck and repent.
Forts San Louis and San Carlos, at the upper and lower river corners of the city, were similar except that their walkways were covered, making them look something like frontier stockades.
County Administrator Bertha Henry said the stockade is the only backup jail if overcrowding forces the county to seek more jail space.
Despite federal warnings, a majority refused to leave—and in 1838, Cherokee people were rounded up, placed in camps and stockades, and rushed from their ancestral lands in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama to what is now Oklahoma.
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