"A fraise is a palisade horizontal, or nearly so, projecting from the scarp or counterscarp. A modern and better form consists of supports at 3 or 4 feet interval, connected by barbed wire, forming a horizontal wire fence." — Moss, 1914

Fraise

"A fraise is a palisade horizontal, or nearly so, projecting from the scarp or counterscarp. A modern…

"Palisades should be planted to incline slightly to the front. As little earth should be disturbed in digging as possible, and one side of the trench should be kept in the desired plane fo the palisade." — Moss, 1914

Palisade

"Palisades should be planted to incline slightly to the front. As little earth should be disturbed in…

"Azure, a rose argent, barbed, and seeded proper. BARBED. Bearded. It is also applied to roses." -Hall, 1862

Rose Barbed

"Azure, a rose argent, barbed, and seeded proper. BARBED. Bearded. It is also applied to roses." -Hall,…

"In entomology, shaped like the longitudinal half of a barbed arrow-head, or like the barbed end of a fish-hook; accuminate, rectilinear on one side, and spreading to a sharp projection on the other: noting color-marks, especially on the wings of <i>Lepidoptera</i>." &mdash;Whitney, 1889

Semisagittate Mark

"In entomology, shaped like the longitudinal half of a barbed arrow-head, or like the barbed end of…

"Grains with Five Prongs. GRAIN. An iron instrument with four or more barbed points, and a line attached to it, used at sea for striking and taking fish." -Whitney, 1911

Grain Spear

"Grains with Five Prongs. GRAIN. An iron instrument with four or more barbed points, and a line attached…

"In the high entanglement the stakes average 4 feet from the ground, and the wiring is horizontal and diagonal." &mdash; Moss, 1914

High wire entaglement

"In the high entanglement the stakes average 4 feet from the ground, and the wiring is horizontal and…