Third-person singular simple present indicative form of barricade.(verb)
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Use "barricading" in a sentence
"This is very useful for tense situations such as barricading the building in the Public Assembly since Chris can order Sheva to push a bookcase while he pushes the other."
"Protesters of the Occupy Wall Street: Public Space movement had hoped to take command of Wall Street on September 17, 2011, but the New York Police Department quickly showed them who was in charge, by barricading all entrances to the heart of America's financial institutions."
"I need the baby gate at the back of the kitchen attached to the wall, and one placed at the top of the stairs on the third floor so I don't have to be barricading those spots with furniture and watching so hard."