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Synonyms for fence

Synonyms for fence

to confine within a limited area

to separate with or as if with a wall

Synonyms for fence

a dealer in stolen property

enclose with a fence

receive stolen goods

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fight with fencing swords

surround with a wall in order to fortify

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Fencers use three types of weapons: epee, foil and saber.
The field will include fencers from around the region - Morpeth, Jesmond, Gosforth, Killingworth, Whitby, Gateshead, Sunderland and Durham.
The fencer scores with the tip only in the torso area.
In saber duels, fencers score by touching opponents with the sides as well as the tip of their weapon.
FIFTY fencers are in the fray for the first Bahrain National Day Open Fencing Championship, to be organised by the Bahrain Fencing Association scheduled for December 12 at Isa Town Club Gym.
Nerves were quite high as the school had never competed in this competition previously and we had some inexperienced fencers who had never fenced outside of school before, so I am incredibly proud.
The youngster is also gearing himself up for a new open competition in London next February at which most of the nation's leading fencers will be taking part.
The Kuwaitis fencers Ali Fadhel, Khalid Abdulkarim, and Abdulaziz Khalid snatched the gold, silver and bronze medals in a pure Kuwaiti final and semi-final.
Newcastle Fencing Club caters for foil and epee fencers of all abilities and has a varied user group including children from seven years old, GB squad members, veteran fencers (over 40) and wheelchair competitors.
This is reflected throughout the club and I am confident that the good attitude of all of our fencers will continue to take the club from strength to strength.
More than 24 fencers from Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, Al Ain, Kalba and Abu Dhabi participated in the day-long event that was held to give women fencers the opportunity to be part of competitive sports.
CARDIFF'S Elinor Robinson led the way for South Wales fencers in the recent British Youth Championship finals in Sheffield, collecting a superb bronze medal in the under-18 girls' foil.
The Tunisian fencer reached the semi-finals after beating several world renowned fencers.
Zena Wooldridge, director of sport at the university, said: "This event provides an excellent opportunity for our fencers to test their skills against world class competition and a strong platform to develop fencing at the university.