To fence the tables

(Scot. Church) to make a solemn address to those who present themselves to commune at the Lord's supper, on the feelings appropriate to the service, in order to hinder, so far as possible, those who are unworthy from approaching the table.
- McCheyne.

See also: Fence

To fall into one's hands
To fall off
To fall through
To fang a pump
To farm let
To fasten a charge upon
To fasten one's eyes upon
To father on
To feather an oar
To feather one's nest
To feather the oars
To feel after
To feel at home
To feel one's oats
To feel the helm
To feeze up
-- To fence the tables --
To fend off a boat
To fetch a compass
To fetch a pump
To fetch and carry
To fetch away
To fetch headway
To fetch out
To fetch up
To fight at barriers
To fight it out
To fight shy
To figure out
To figure up
To file with
To fill in
To fill out
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