These bears and other beasts are there baited in plots of ground, scaffolded about for the beholders to stand safe.
The sticks are scaffolded to the regulation height, all alike in length, amply soldered in the middle and free at either end.
Then the car halted on the edge of the building-pit and they blinked down and up at the scaffolded monster.
A few hours later I tore myself away and returned to the hangar, where the Pioneer now reposed in a scaffolded cradle.
Weather-beaten wooden buildings there are, scaffolded structures, shaken by the vibration of coal-crushing machinery within.
In the afternoon we scaffolded some meat, and nearly completed the frame of a skin canoe, which we concluded to build.
When we came to the forks, we found that the skins we had scaffolded were all safe.
mid-14c., "wooden framework used in building, etc., temporary structure for workmen to make walls," a shortening of an Old North French variant of Old French eschafaut "scaffold" (Modern French échafaud), probably altered (by influence of eschace "a prop, support") from chaffaut, from Vulgar Latin *catafalicum (see catafalque). Meaning "platform for a hanging" is from 1550s. Dutch schavot, German Schafott, Danish skafot are from French. As a verb from 1540s.