A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land
The external surface of an animal body that encloses the body cavity and consists of ectoderm and mesoderm
A rigid layer of polysaccharides lying outside the plasma membrane of the cells of plants, fungi, and bacteria. In the algae and higher plants, it consists mainly of cellulose
The area immediately outside the eye of a hurricane or cyclone, associated with tall clouds, heavy rainfall, and high winds
The (or a) wall of a structure or building that faces out; specifically the front wall.
A wall containing built-in flues to warm it and so assist in ripening the fruit of trees trained against it.
A wall made of earth or clay, or with clay as a substitute for mortar.
A domain boundary in a thin layer of magnetic material across which the spin directions change orientation in the plane of the layer.
A pack in the form of a wall.
A rib forming the side wall of a working.
A wall completely surrounding or encircling a certain area.
A wall or vertical surface made of rock, especially a rock face.
A wall or embankment erected to prevent the sea from encroaching on or eroding an area of land
An interior wall consisting of a frame of upright timbers to which laths and plasterboard are attached
The wall surrounding (or formerly surrounding) a town.
One of a set of parallel horizontal bars attached to the wall of a gymnasium, on which exercises are performed
(In the UK) an early form of football played traditionally at Eton College, in which, in a series of scrimmages, players attempt to take the ball past the opposing team while keeping the ball against a wall
Another term for wall-mounted.
A knot made at the end of a rope by intertwining strands to prevent unraveling or act as a stopper
A short pass to a teammate who immediately returns it
A fibre or plastic dowel inserted into a drilled hole to provide a gripping base for a screw
The rock adjacent to or enclosing a vein, hydrothermal ore deposit, fault, or other geological feature
A small delicate spleenwort (fern) that resembles rue, growing on walls and rocks in both Europe and North America and sensitive to atmospheric pollution
A tent with nearly perpendicular sides
A piece of furniture having various sections, typically shelves and cabinets, designed to stand against a wall
A footway along the top of a wall of a fortified building, town, etc., typically behind the battlements; a parapet walk.
(Of a carpet or other floor covering) fitted to cover an entire floor
A fortified and heavily guarded wall built on the boundary between East and West Berlin in 1961 by the communist authorities, chiefly to curb the flow of East Germans to the West. It was opened in November 1989 after the collapse of the communist regime in East Germany and subsequently was dismantled
A wall formed from two thicknesses of masonry with a space between them
The space that separates a performer or performance from an audience
A partition wall, a dividing wall; frequently figurative, especially in middle wall of partition.
A wall entirely covered with a mirror or mirrors.
Coal Mining rare a wall of unmined coal separating two panels in a mine.
A wall built of parpen stones; (hence) a wall one brick thick; any thin wall, especially an internal wall or partition. Also (Scottish): a parapet wall, especially of a bridge.
A wall common to two adjoining buildings or rooms
The wall or face of a pillar.
(Especially in Tibet) a wall on which prayers are inscribed.
A wall at the edge of a river, especially one forming the boundary of the river, built to contain or direct the flow of water.
(With the) Hadrian's Wall; (also occasionally) the Antonine Wall.
A brown Eurasian butterfly with orange markings on the wings, which breeds on grasses
A chart or poster designed for display on a wall as a teaching aid or source of information
Another term for arabis.
A small brownish-grey Eurasian lizard which typically has black and white bars on the tail, frequently seen on walls and rocks
A piece of lumber laid horizontally in or on a wall as a support for a girder, rafter, or joist
A receptacle for small household items, designed to hang on a wall
A yellow-flowered European plant that resembles mustard and emits a foul smell when crushed
Space on the surface of an interior wall, regarded as an area for displaying pictures or similar items
A street at the south end of Manhattan in New York City, where the New York Stock Exchange and other leading US financial institutions are located