Miners who were working under killer conditions were shot at while picketing.
And sure enough, before long, immigration activists in North Carolina were picketing Hagan at campaign events.
The Klan is standing up to the 'God Hates Fags' protestors in light of the WBC's picketing of military funerals.
I was driving it home As a picketing peg for my horse, So that he should not roam.
After picketing the horses, a sick sergeant's horse was handed over to me.
picketing is illegal when accompanied by violence, threats, intimidation, and coercion.
picketing the horse as Pinkey had taught him, he put the cow on a rope also.
There were no visible signs of picketing and through one unshuttered window came a grateful glow of lamplight.
We remained at Nolensville nearly two months, picketing and scouting.
A dusky beauty, the chief's daughter, insisted on picketing and feeding Arlington's horse.
1680s, "pointed stake (for defense against cavalry, etc.)," from French piquet "pointed stake," from piquer "to pierce" (see pike (n.2)). Sense of "troops posted to watch for enemy" first recorded 1761; that of "striking workers stationed to prevent others from entering a factory" is from 1867. Picket line is 1856 in the military sense, 1945 of labor strikes.
1745, "to enclose with pickets," from picket (n.). The sense in labor strikes, protests, etc., is attested from 1867. Related: Picketed; picketing.