Origin of gabion
Examples from the Web for gabion
At a distance through the rifts of mist I mistook this isolated hut of Garron's for a gabion.
You came to me with an anxious inquiry respecting your wounded cousin; I spoke to you of Captain Gabion.
The gabion is a cylindrical basket of twigs, about two feet in diameter, and some three feet in length, and without a bottom.Elements of Military Art and Science|Henry Wager Halleck
The form is then dropped down, the gabion inverted and the wattling completed.Manual of Military Training|James A. Moss
Half an hour later Julie stood, scarcely breathing, her ear to the locked door of his gabion.