Definition of 'stanchion'
Example sentences containing 'stanchion'
THE MAIN CAGES (2002) CHAMELEON (2002)
He prised Simon's fingers loose from the stanchion, feeling that it was bent where Simon had held on against the force of the water.LET NOT THE DEEP (2002)
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