hoarding definition

  • noun:
    • A temporary wooden fence around a building or framework under construction or fix.
    • Chiefly British A billboard.
    • A temporary fence-like structure built around creating work to include security and stop accidents towards the general public.
    • A roofed wooden shield put on the battlements of a castle and projecting from their website.
    • A billboard.
    • A screen of panels inclosing a residence and products while designers are in work.
    • A fence, barrier, or address, inclosing, surrounding, or concealing some thing.
    • The work of amassing or making a hoard.
    • In medieval fortification, a covered structure of wood, either temporary or permanent, positioned on the surface of the wall space and towers of a fortress to afford increased services for defense.
    • A fence for inclosing a property and materials while builders have reached work; any comparable inclosure of panels.
    • Hence A bill-board; any boarding on which bills tend to be posted.
    • additionally hoard.
    • big outdoor signboard
  • verb:
    • provide participle of hoard.

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