barrier

[ bar-ee-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF barrier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BARRIER

In the midst of the barrier stood an altar, on the top of which was a brazen eagle.

The barrier between Dick and Viviette was not of his making.

They no longer had that, and between them both lay like a barrier their last conversation.

It is pride that sets a barrier between you and your companions.

It was evidently impracticable to pass the barrier of that reply.

And the street was quite clear before they broke through the barrier?

The barrier was closed and strongly guarded when they rode up to it.

Defarge got upon the box, and gave the word "To the Barrier!"

Each door and barrier, too, was guarded by soldiers, with whom the brothers had to parley.

"There is the barrier," she said, placing her hand on the flag-pole.

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