- Obsolete form of palisade.
(third-person singular simple present palisados, present participle palisadoing, simple past and past participle palisadoed)
- 1853, Mary Howitt., Strife and Peace:
- The sea breaks upon this coast against a palisadoed fence of rocks and cliffs, around which swarm flocks of polar birds with cries and screams.
- 1816, Robert Kerr, A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17:
- At Chaco they had a little earthen fort, with a small ditch palisadoed round it, and a few old honeycombed guns without carriages, and which do not defend the harbour in the least.
- Does not include the more recent biology sense of palisade.