A rail and the row of balusters or posts that support it, as along the front of a gallery.(noun)
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Use "balustrade" in a sentence
"The two-storey Casa Griesen with its balustrade is closer to Avenida Juarez."
"The swinging balustrade is transmitted through their arm directly into into the inner ear."
"Felix Page's _left_ side had been toward the balustrade at the instant Fluette snatched up the candle-stick; on the balustrade was a deep indentation where the base of the improvised weapon had impinged, after glancing; and the fatal blow had struck upon the victim's _right_ temple."