Great Wall

Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Great Wall: Great Wall of China
  • noun

Synonyms for Great Wall

a fortification 1,500 miles long built across northern China in the 3rd century BC

References in periodicals archive ?
There are things greater about the Great Wall than its humbling proportions
Kong said the move was aimed at reducing the load on Great Wall sections that are currently open to tourists in Beijing, such as Badaling, Mutianyu, Simatai and Juyongguan.
The Great Wall was mostly built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Dong Yaohui, deputy chairman of the China Great Wall Association, told Xinhua, ''Only a small portion of the Great Wall is under protection and about 90 percent of it, mostly in remote areas, lacks proper protection.
A local paper said: "Big trucks carrying coal had even opened a big gap in the Great Wall to make a coal shipping thoroughfare.
According to Reuters, Great Wall Airlines operates services between Shanghai and Amsterdam, the Netherlands via Seoul, Korea; and between Shanghai and Chennai, via Mumbai, India.
Mr Lindesay's association with the Great Wall goes back to his school day's at St Aiden's primary in Wallasey where head teacher Rev John McMillan would encourage pupils to read an atlas.
To see images of the Great Wall of Los Angeles or to donate money for its restoration, go to www.
The ramp itself - called the Quicksilver Great Wall Mega-Ramp - is the largest skateboarding structure ever made.
And so that was how I, and 24 others like me, found myself schlepping along the Great Wall in October 2004.
In the "adventure" category, she listed the Great Wall of China and setting foot on all seven continents.
This artistic optical illusion is a fitting metaphor for the political sleight of hand that is Ariel Sharon's Great Wall.
The map's most eye-catching feature is the Sloan Great Wall of galaxies, a clustering of galaxies that stretches 1.
has vaulted into the Chinese market by striking a deal with China Great Wall, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television.
A Chinese vagrant has confessed to killing a British tourist whose body was found by the Great Wall, police said yesterday.