At nightfall a sharp lookout was kept, not only on the palisade but from the top of the rajah's house.
They shoot between the logs of the palisade down the narrow lane.
We went to the rampart—a small height formed by nature and fortified by a palisade.
There is a gateway through this palisade where you can go in.
She was surprised to find the gate of the palisade open and still more astonished to see a tall figure in the kitchen.
The hunters were soon at the palisade door and admitted; they had no game with them.
Early in August, 1346, there had been erected along the shore by the Castello dell' Ovo a palisade encircling a raised platform.
He had scarcely spoken, when there was a loud shout from the palisade in front of them.
Accordingly a young and promising officer was thrust up to the top of the palisade.
Jeanne was rather quiet all that day and did not go outside the palisade.
"a fence of stakes," c.1600, from Middle French palissade (15c.), from Provençal palissada, from palissa "a stake or paling," from Gallo-Romance *palicea, from Latin palus "stake" (see pale (n.)). Military sense is attested from 1690s. The Palisades, along the Hudson River opposite New York City, so called by 1823.