Definition of Blockade:

  1. Physical prevention of the movement of goods, people, and/or vehicles to and from a place.

  2. An act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving.

  3. Seal off (a place) to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving.

Synonyms of Blockade

Jacksonian epilepsy, Rolandic epilepsy, Abdominal epilepsy, Access, Acquired epilepsy, Activated epilepsy, Affect epilepsy, Afterthought, Akinetic epilepsy, Apoplexy, Arm, Armor, Armor-plate, Arrest, Arrestation, Arrestment, Attack, Autonomic epilepsy, Ban, Bank, Bar, Bar out, Barricade, Barrier, Barring, Battle, Beleaguer, Beleaguerment, Beset, Besetment, Besiege, Besiegement, Bind, Blank wall, Blind alley, Blind gut, Block, Block up, Blockade, Blockading, Blockage, Blocking, Bolt, Bottleneck, Bound, Box in, Boycott, Bulwark, Bung, Bureaucratic delay, Cage, Cardiac epilepsy, Castellate, Catch, Caulk, Cecum, Censorship, Chamber, Check, Chink, Chock, Choke, Choke off, Choke up, Choking, Choking off, Circumscription, Clog, Clog up, Clogging, Clonic spasm, Clonus, Close, Close in, Close off, Close tight, Close up, Closing, Closing up, Closure, Compass, Confinement, Congest, Congestion, Constipate, Constipation, Constrict, Constriction, Contain, Convulsion, Coop, Coop in, Coop up, Cordon, Cordon off, Cordoning, Cork, Corral, Cortical epilepsy, Costiveness, Count out, Cover, Cramp, Crenellate, Crowd, Cul-de-sac, Cursive epilepsy, Curtain, Cut off, Dam, Dam up, Dead end, Debar, Debarment, Debarring, Delay, Delayage, Delayed reaction, Demarcation, Detainment, Detention, Determent, Deterrent, Difficulty, Dig in, Diurnal epilepsy, Dog, Double take, Dragging, Drawback, Eclampsia, Embargo, Embattle, Embolism, Embolus, Encircle, Encirclement, Enclose, Enclosure, Encompass, Encompassment, Enshrine, Entrench, Envelop, Envelopment, Epilepsia, Epilepsia gravior, Epilepsia major, Epilepsia minor, Epilepsia mitior, Epilepsia nutans, Epilepsia tarda, Epilepsy, Exception, Exclude, Exclusion, Falling sickness, Fence, Fence in, Fill, Fill up, Fit, Fixation, Focal epilepsy, Foot-dragging, Fortify, Foul, Freeze out, Frenzy, Garrison, Gorge, Grand mal, Halt, Hampering, Hang-up, Harass, Harry, Haute mal, Hazard, Hedge in, Hem in, Hindering, Hindrance, Hitch, Holdback, Holdup, House in, Hurdle, Hysterical epilepsy, Ictus, Ignore, Immurement, Impasse, Impediment, Impound, Imprison, Imprisonment, Inadmissibility, Incarcerate, Incarceration, Include, Inclusion, Infarct, Infarction, Inhibition, Injunction, Interference, Interim, Interruption, Invest, Investment, Jail, Jam, Joker, Keep out, Kennel, Lag, Lagging, Larval epilepsy, Laryngeal epilepsy, Laryngospasm, Latent epilepsy, Lay siege to, Leaguer, Leave out, Let, Lock, Lock out, Lockjaw, Lockout, Logjam, Man, Man the garrison, Matutinal epilepsy, Menstrual epilepsy, Mew, Mew up, Mine, Moratorium, Musicogenic epilepsy, Myoclonous epilepsy, Narrowing, Negativism, Nocturnal epilepsy, Nonadmission, Nuisance value, Objection, Obstacle, Obstipate, Obstipation, Obstruct, Obstruction, Obstructionism, Obstructive, Occlude, Occlusion, Omission, Omit, One small difficulty, Opposition, Ostracize, Pack, Palisade, Paperasserie, Paroxysm, Pass over, Pause, Pen, Pen in, Petit mal, Physiologic epilepsy, Pincer movement, Plug, Plug up, Pocket, Preclude, Preclusion, Prohibit, Prohibition, Psychic epilepsy, Psychological block, Psychomotor epilepsy, Quarantine, Rail in, Red tape, Red-tapeism, Red-tapery, Reflex epilepsy, Reject, Rejection, Relegate, Relegation, Repression, Reprieve, Repudiate, Repudiation, Resistance, Respite, Restraint, Restriction, Retardance, Retardation, Retardment, Roadblock, Rotatoria, Rub, Sealing off, Seizure, Send to Coventry, Sensory epilepsy, Serial epilepsy, Setback, Shrine, Shut in, Shut off, Shut out, Shut tight, Shut up, Shutdown, Shutting, Shutting up, Siege, Slow-up, Slowdown, Slowness, Snag, Soften up, Spasm, Spile, Squeeze, Squeeze shut, Stable, Stanch, Stay, Stay of execution, Stench, Stifle, Stop, Stop up, Stoppage, Stopper, Stopple, Strangle, Stranglehold, Strangulate, Strangulation, Stricture, Stroke, Stuff, Stuff up, Stumbling block, Stumbling stone, Suffocate, Suppression, Surround, Suspension, Taboo, Tardy epilepsy, Tetanus, Tetany, Throes, Thromboembolism, Thrombosis, Tie-up, Time lag, Tonic epilepsy, Tonic spasm, Torsion spasm, Traumatic epilepsy, Trismus, Ucinate epilepsy, Vertical envelopment, Visitation, Wait, Wall, Wall in, Wrap, Yard, Yard up, Barricade, Close up, Block off, Shut off, Seal, Bar, Siege, Beleaguerment, Encirclement

How to use Blockade in a sentence?

  1. The authorities blockaded roads in and out of the capital.
  2. There was a blockade of humanitarian aid.

Meaning of Blockade & Blockade Definition