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adjoining touching at some line or point; having a common wall, border, or the like; contiguous.
aneurysm a dilation in a particular part of an artery caused by weakness in the vessel wall.
arras a wall hanging of tapestry or the like. [1/2 definitions]
backstop in sports, a structure, such as a fence or wall, used to keep a ball from going out of the playing area. [1/2 definitions]
balcony an elevated platform projecting from the outer wall of a building, surrounded with a railing or low restraining wall. [2 definitions]
band shell an outdoor bandstand consisting of a platform and a large, concave, almost hemispherical wall that serves as a sounding board.
banquette a long, upholstered bench along a wall.
barrier something erected to bar passage such as a fence, wall, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
bartizan a small extended turret atop a wall or tower, used as a vantage point for a watchman or defender.
baseboard a narrow board lining the lowermost edge of an interior wall. [1/2 definitions]
battlement (often pl.) a parapet or defensive wall lining the top of a fortification, with indentations at regular intervals.
bay window a windowed section protruding from the outer wall of a building, so as to form an alcove within.
Belshazzar according to the Old Testament, the last king of Babylon, killed by the invading Persians after being warned by a hand that wrote of his defeat on a wall.
berm a low wall, mound, or barrier of earth, often one banked against the foundation of a building, to help insulate it. [1/3 definitions]
blood pressure the pressure of the blood against the inner wall of blood vessels, esp. the arteries or the heart, as exerted by the contractions of the heart muscles, often measured as an indicator of physical health.
Boston ivy a woody climbing vine of Asian origin, commonly grown in the United States as an exterior wall cover, that has three-lobed leaves and bears purple berries.
bracket an L-shaped fixture attached to a wall or other vertical surface to support something such as a shelf. [1/7 definitions]
bulkhead a wall that divides a ship into watertight parts. [2/3 definitions]
bulletin board a board, usually hung on a wall, on which items such as notices or advertisements are displayed.
bulwark a wall or wall-like structure, often made of earth and used for defense; rampart. [1/4 definitions]
bunk1 a small single bed attached to a wall, as is common on ships. [1/3 definitions]