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Inlying picket 5. A military punishment, formerly resorted to, in which the
offender was forced to stand with one foot on a pointed
6. A game at cards. See Piquet.
Inlying picket (Mil.), a detachment of troops held in camp
or quarters, detailed to march if called upon.
Picket fence, a fence made of pickets. See def. 2, above.
Picket guard (Mil.), a guard of horse and foot, always in
readiness in case of alarm.
Picket line. (Mil.)
(a) A position held and guarded by small bodies of men
placed at intervals.
(b) A rope to which horses are secured when groomed.
Picketpin, an iron pin for picketing horses.
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