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chain-link

[cheyn-lingk] /ˈtʃeɪnˌlɪŋk/
adjective
1.
of, relating to, or resembling a chain-link fence, as in its diamond shapes or linked couplings:
a chain-link fabric.
Origin
1895-1900
1895-1900
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  • Next door, a sagging chain-link fence surrounds a cinder block kindergarten.
  • In the middle, a chain-link fence topped with concertina wire surrounds a series of khaki tents.
  • Deer graze calmly along the roadsides, beside chain-link fences topped with alternating coils of barbed wire and razor wire.
  • It is bright and sunny, and he is in an urban park next to a chain-link fence.
  • Not unlike the loose chain-link fences sometimes seen along steep mountain roads that collect rolling boulders.
  • The result is a sun-baked set of compressors, pipes, filters and condensers surrounded by a high chain-link fence.
  • They play behind a chain-link fence on what was once a tennis court.
  • chain-link fences heavily festooned with barbed wire extended from us.
  • Hundreds of red, white and blue plastic cups are stuck into chain-link fencing, spelling out his name and framing his picture.
  • Every day, people walk the chain-link fence and browse the notes and toys and trinkets hung there, heartbreak woven into wire.

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