verb (used with object), bar·ri·cad·ed, bar·ri·cad·ing.
Words nearby barricade
Origin of barricade
OTHER WORDS FROM barricadebar·ri·cad·er, nounun·bar·ri·cade, verb (used with object), un·bar·ri·cad·ed, un·bar·ri·cad·ing.
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Examples from the Web for barricaded
Some subway exits in Causeway Bay, a major shopping district, were barricaded.
They barricaded themselves in the unfinished two-story home.
The threat has been greeted with derision here around the barricaded city hall festooned with Russian and Soviet flags.Pro-Russian Protesters in East Ukraine Laugh at Kiev’s Threats|David Patrikarakos|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The most radical activists began pushing and rocking a bus that had barricaded the way to the Parliament building.
We sat in downtown Fallujah, in a barricaded city council meeting room.Their Fight…But Our Legacy: The New Battle for Fallujah|John Kael Weston|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The tradesmen who could do so now locked their doors and barricaded their windows within.Felix Holt, The Radical|George Eliot
The ball-room, which so lately was alight with a thousand tapers, was now barricaded like a jail.The Daltons, Volume I (of II)|Charles James Lever
But the dog was already beginning to pace back and forth inside the barricaded boat.Strange Stories of the Great Valley|Abbie Johnston Grosvenor
The woman, with a cry, flung into the restaurant and barricaded the door.Max Fargus|Owen Johnson
My mind still remains uneasy; but I have barricaded the door, and am determined on not undressing.The Heroine|Eaton Stannard Barrett