Definition of Stone wall
1. Noun. A fence built of rough stones; used to separate fields.
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Literary usage of Stone wall
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1. Hyksos and Israelite Cities by William Matthew Flinders Petrie, John Garrow Duncan (1906)
"stone wall. On all sides of the camp may be seen a deep trench in the ground, which is filled with water early in the season, and the natives all agree that ..."
2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1867)
"In the mean time, the enemy deployed in a ravine, which was between us and the city, and distant about three or four hundred yards from the stone wall, ..."
3. Hand-book to the Roman Wall: A Guide to Tourists Traversing the Barrier of by John Collingwood Bruce, Robert Blair (1895)
"THE MURUS OB stone wall. In no part of its course is the Wall entirely perfect, and therefore it is difficult to ascertain what its original height has been ..."
4. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1882)
"... payment of the lose; the same having been exhibited as "the preliminary proof of the loss claimed under the policy." dicularly from the stone wall ..."
5. Perley's Reminiscences of Sixty Years in the National Metropolis by Benjamin Perley Poore (1886)
"At one JACKSON STANDING LIKE A stone wall. time General Bee, well-nigh overwhelmed, greeted General Thomas J. Jackson with the exclamation, " General, ..."
6. The Foundations of England; Or, Twelve Centuries of British History (B.C. 55 by James Henry Ramsay (1898)
"With respect to the date of the stone wall, inscriptions on the faces of old Roman ... That agrees with the length of the stone wall, not with 'bat of the ..."