Simple past tense and past participle of stonewall. (verb)
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Use "stonewalled" in a sentence
"The reason Clemens and Bonds are the only ones who have stonewalled is that they’re the only ones who have much to lose — their entrance into the hall of fame as arguably the greatest pitcher and the greatest hitter of all time."
"OVERHOLSER: That was important reporting, because what we need to do is get to the bottom of this, and CBS has stonewalled, which is so ..."
"Chairman Joe Lieberman, I-Connecticut, and the committee's top Republican, Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, sought a number of documents and witnesses as part of their investigation but were "stonewalled" with "foot-dragging" by the Obama administration, Lieberman said earlier this month."