Synonyms for party wall

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I could not see into the garden; that party wall was too high.

A wall between two estates standing partly on the land of each estate is a party wall.

If, however, he is permitted to use the wall in such a manner for twenty years, the wall is regarded as a party wall.

On the plateau and by the party wall before Villiers, dead and wounded Germans lie very thick.

The party wall had already been removed, and the structure above rested on baulks and beams.

Sure enough, when Mark went out he found Cyril astride the party wall between the two gardens waiting for him.

My dungeon was in a casemate, the fore part of which, six feet wide and ten feet long, was divided by a party wall.

I should much have liked to climb to the top and see what was on the other side of our party wall, but I was helpless.