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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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Synonyms for wall

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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The idea for Off The Wall came about as a result of research undertaken by Akzo Nobel into the lifestyles, interests and leisure pursuits of professional decorators.
Because of its swift deployment time and performance-based compensation model, retailers can easily and quickly meet shoppers where they are by implementing Off the Wall as part of their social media strategy this holiday season," said Shust.
Off The Wall also try to do justice to the spectacular nature of the original Pink Floyd shows.
Barbara Barker, president of Off The Wall Company, said Leedmark's interior was designed so that it would be consumer- friendly and reflect the hybrid nature of the store.
The complex nature of the Pink Floyd songs, the degree of musicanship required, plus the huge difficulties in trying to do justice to one of the biggest rock shows ever staged, means that of all the bands to tribute, Pink Floyd has to be one of the most difficult, which goes some way to explaining why there are so few bands working at the level of Off the Wall.
These big, bold, colorful graphics have a 3-D look and appear as if the image is jumping off the wall.
Luckily, I got to spend five weeks over in Europe suspended in that moment on the Vans Off The Wall Club Tour.
The larger paintings, which range from two to six feet in height, are on linen over aluminum Hexcel panels, while the smaller ones are on wood; all have precise edges and project slightly off the wall, giving a general impression of floating, weightless color.
It also owns Off The Wall, fashion-forward young women's clothing retailer with 10 stores.
Rodriguez hung an 0-2 slider to Alex Rodriguez, who missed a home run by about two feet, hitting it high off the wall in left field for a double.
7 Michel Blazy (Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris) Visitors to the reopened Pompidou last January may have been perplexed by a gallery where paint peeled off the wall in blistering bubbles and collected like ashes on the floor.
2 million was due to the acquisition of Off The Wall during the second quarter.
Henry helped Selden's cause by throwing out Tonya Callahan trying to stretch a hit off the wall into a double to lead off the seventh.
With proportions that are often noticeably more horizontal or vertical than standard formats and deep, beveled stretchers that make the paintings appear to float off the wall, they have a distinct objectlike quality reminiscent of the early work of Brice Marden.
TSX:WXX) has closed its acquisition of Off the Wall, a fashion-forward young women's clothing retailer.