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fenced

slang Angry or annoyed. I was completely fenced when Todd blamed me for everything that had gone wrong with the project.
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fenced

mod. angry. (California.) Boy, was that old man fenced!
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Plus, with the latter, a quarter-acre plot can be fenced by two people in only an hour.
At our place, for example, the goats' grazing area is fenced with high tensile electric fence, and cross fenced with temporary electric polywire that can be easily removed when the paddocks need mowing.
When my husband and 1 bought our house in Chattanooga, Tennessee, it came with a lovely, large yard, fenced securely with chain link.
Elaine Wright, DOC terrestrial sites manager, is non-committal on the future of fenced mainland islands: "Fences are one of the sweetest techniques we can use, but they're still just one tool in the toolbox, and not appropriate for highly mobile species such as falcons."
Electrified poly wire/poly tape is another possibility, but for large livestock it's only effective for temporary applications within permanently fenced fields.
Therefore, it is advisable to create the fenced perimeter so that cameras can have a clear view of the entire fence line.