Definition of "gabions" [gabions]

  • Plural form of gabion. (noun)

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Use "gabions" in a sentence
  • "Rock cribs, called gabions, built to hold storm water runoff from the bluff, will be dismantled."
  • "The already existing fragments of the reconstruction of the original house became the starting point of the project: the set-in concrete slab with an out-placed exterior staircase, the wall by the entrance gateway and the parking lanes limited by the gabions."
  • "Based on the medieval defense system of gabions - wicker baskets crammed with stones - Mr. Heselden designed the Bastion, a collapsible wire box lined with fabric and filled with aggregate dirt, sand and rocks to form a makeshift wall."