Definitions of "fence"
  1. A barrier specifically designed to block escape or intrusion, or to designate a boundary line
  2. An individual who purchases and sells stolen merchandise
  3. A location specifically used for buying stolen items
  4. The act of using barriers to create an enclosure
  5. The process of employing barriers to prevent entering or exiting an area
  6. The act of selling stolen goods to a person handling such items
How to use "fence" in a sentence
  1. The thief was caught trying to fence the stolen paintings from the art gallery.
  2. They decided to fence their backyard to keep their dogs from running away.
  3. A notorious fence was arrested yesterday for dealing with stolen jewelry.

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