fence[ fens ]SEE DEFINITION OF fence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FENCE
"I got the gun, and the Maxim-silencer thing, off a fence in Boston," he explained.
Yates sat on the top rail of the fence with the whittler, whose guest he had been.
Therefore, two men of strong beliefs were set on opposite sides of the fence.
They sat around on the fence, or on the logs dumped down by the wayside.
Yates sprang to his feet with a laugh, and followed him to the fence.
"Yes," answered Yates, springing over the fence and approaching her.
"We'll go through the woods," said Mom Beck, lifting her over the fence.
The white posts of which the fence was made were elephants' tusks!
Do you think you can fence in a sentiment as you can cattle?
Among the old Germans, an estate was separated by a fence from the property of others.