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perimeter wall (pəˈrɪmɪtə wɔːl) 



  1. a wall that serves as a boundary around something   ⇒ There was a giant billboard attached to the perimeter wall of Hartlepool's Victoria Park.

Example Sentences Including 'perimeter wall'

Benson calls the entrance hall, with its thick perimeter wall , a "baroque space".
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Besides that loss of revenue, more problems began once the concert had started as hundreds of fans began climbing over the perimeter wall.
Tomas Graves TUNING UP AT DAWN: A Memoir of Music and Majorca (2004)
I reversed away from the gates and slowly drove along the perimeter wall.
Val McDermid DEAD BEAT (2002)
Inside, set back from the perimeter wall about fifteen feet, was another fence, a chainlink job with barbed wire on top.
Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
Senna veered off the circuit at 180mph or after he hit the perimeter wall at 135mph causing the car to break up.
Misc (1995)
Supporters hung a large, bed-sheet-sized Palestinian flag on the hospital's perimeter wall alongside messages of support.
canada.com (2004)
The gates of Coney Eye had been toppled; so had its perimeter wall.


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