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synonyms for cordoned

  • block off
  • sequester
  • confine
  • cordon
  • detach
  • insulate
  • remove
  • restrict
  • seclude
  • segregate
  • separate
  • close off
  • keep apart
  • seal off

antonyms for cordoned

MOST RELEVANT
  • combine
  • desegregate
  • free
  • join
  • let go
  • release
  • unite
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How to use cordoned in a sentence

The measures are the latest in a tightening security cordon around the nation’s capital that already includes a downtown security zone and more than 20,000 National Guard troops stationed around the city.
NATIONAL MALL WILL BE CLOSED FOR NEARLY A WEEK, PARK SERVICE ANNOUNCESJUSTIN JOUVENALJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In one video widely circulated on social media, a USCP officer appears to pull aside a barricade and let marchers within the cordon surrounding the Capitol.
WHY DID POLICE FAIL TO PROTECT THE CAPITOL?DAVID MORRISJANUARY 8, 2021FORTUNE
Before his death, when Basit found himself trapped in the military cordon, he called his family for the last time.
FOUR SONS, ONE WAR: ALL DEADEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 25, 2020OZY
In the blinding height of a Panhandle summer it is no good thing to be cordoned about with dead ponies and dead Indians.
THE SUNSET TRAILALFRED HENRY LEWIS
Holding a baby in her arms, she burst out of the ring of men who had cordoned off the beheading.
THE SARACEN: THE HOLY WARROBERT SHEA
The place could have been cordoned off, with the police, the army and the navy all cooperating to nab me.
THE OLD DIE RICHHORACE LEONARD GOLD
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