noun, plural pal·i·sa·does, verb (used with object), pal·i·sa·doed, pal·i·sa·do·ing.
- palisade cell,
- palisade layer,
- palisade parenchyma,
- palisades park,
- palissy, bernard,
- palk strait
Origin of palisado
Examples from the Web for palisadoes
The Piquods had taken two positions which they had surrounded with palisadoes, and had resolved to defend.The Life of George Washington, Vol. 1 (of 5)|John Marshall
The Loss of them made us very uneasy, and we thereupon encompass'd our Fortress with Palisadoes.The Travels and Adventures of James Massey|Simon Tyssot de Patot
Without the wall was a moat eight yards wide and two yards deep; between the wall and the moat was a strong row of palisadoes.
Far to the north, the dark promontory of the Palisadoes beetles broadly forth, marking the course of the Hudson.Impressions of America|Tyrone Power
It had the large total of eighty-nine houses besides twenty stores, all beyond Hampton River, and twenty-four palisadoes.The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624|Charles E. Hatch