earthwork[ urth-wurk ]SEE DEFINITION OF earthwork
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EARTHWORK
A part of the earthwork can still be seen in the garden of a Hockingport residence.
The road bed may be shaped in connection with the other earthwork.
From the fuss it was apparent that the abattis and earthwork had succumbed.
Along the brow of this hill upon which we are standing was an earthwork.
We concentrated our guns on him as he crouched behind this earthwork.
"They've withdrawn the front line, it has retired," said they, pointing over the earthwork.
He had hardly done it before they were under the parapet of the earthwork.
This earthwork was about fifteen feet long, four feet wide, and two high.
An earthwork, of which traces exist, may be Saxon or Danish.
The name of the discoverer of this earthwork has been lost in the dimness of time.