[ bar-i-key-doh ]
/ ˌbær ɪˈkeɪ doʊ /
noun, plural bar·ri·ca·does, bar·ri·ca·dos.
verb (used with object), bar·ri·ca·doed, bar·ri·ca·do·ing.
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Origin of barricado
1580–90; a pseudo-Spanish form of barricade
Words nearby barricado
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Example sentences from the Web for barricado
The Doctor falls down before the barricado, and is stretched all his hapless length fainting on the floor.Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2|John Wilson
I renounce your defiance; if you parley so roughly, I'll barricado my gates against you.