Definition of 'castellated'
Example sentences containing 'castellated'
the castellated hedges, the neat blind windows which had seen nothing, which never saw anything, which gleamed in the sun.LOST CHILDREN (2001)
The court lay in a large open area behind the castellated facade of the former National Guard armoury, now a high school playground.COMPULSION (2001)
There was no number, but she recognized the castellated wall and the square lamps on either side of the gate.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
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