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Definition of: barricade

(bar′ə·kād, barə·kād) noun
1. A barrier hastily built for obstruction or for defense.
2. Any obstruction or barrier closing a passage, as a street, a waterway, etc. See synonyms under BARRIER, RAMPART.
v.t. ·cad·ed, ·cad·ing To enclose, obstruct, or defend with a barricade or barricades. See synonyms under OBSTRUCT.
[<F <Sp. barricada barrier <barrica barrel; the first barricades having been barrels filled with earth, stones, etc.]
—bar
ri·cad′er noun

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"barricade" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on en.wikipedia.org.

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