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Synonyms for wall

drive someone up the wall

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go to the wall

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wall something up

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a solid structure that encloses an area or separates one area from another

to separate with or as if with a wall

to confine within a limited area

to shut in with or as if with bars

Synonyms for wall

anything that suggests a wall in structure or function or effect

(anatomy) a layer (a lining or membrane) that encloses a structure

a difficult or awkward situation

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a vertical (or almost vertical) smooth rock face (as of a cave or mountain)

a layer of material that encloses space

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a masonry fence (as around an estate or garden)

an embankment built around a space for defensive purposes

surround with a wall in order to fortify

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Bebe Miller Company, will perform the New York City premiere of Going to the Wall at the Joyce Theater, May 11-16, as well as a new solo for Miller, her first in over ten years.
The concept of Going to the Wall was a trip of its own.
This notion of being part of the whole and yet being different from each other is a crucial element of the theme of Going to the Wall.
Miller claims the Reds Direct scheme is the best way to stop the club he captained to European glory 20 years ago going to the wall.
Everyone is worried sick about the thought of flying, airlines are going to the wall, so what do we do?
FSB Yorkshire and Humber policy chairman Tony Cherry said: "This is a practical proposal that could be implemented now to save businesses and jobs in Yorkshire and Humber from going to the wall unnecessarily.
But a separate report revealed Scotland had one of the worst records for businesses going to the wall in 2002.
Reports had suggested Welsh officials were set to backtrack and pull out of the competition in a bid to prevent their less successful clubs from going to the wall.
In yesterday's Daily Record, Jardine criticised how the club is run and claimed Killie faced going to the wall last season due to massive debts.
The electron beam would like to go down the tube, but the space-charge limit stops it, and it justs sits in the end of the tube, blowing up laterally and going to the walls of the tube.