Definition of 'rampart'

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Synonyms of "rampart"
Synonyms of "rampart"
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French Translation of "rampart"
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Pink flamingos parade outside the medieval ramparts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is worth walking around the ramparts for the fine views. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On the ramparts of the fort we sat and stared. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Begin beside the clock tower in the ramparts that enclose the medina. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As you head uphill the scent of pines fills the air from the gardens interspersed between ramparts and towers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A walk around the ramparts is recommended and the views are terrific. Delaforce, Patrick Collins Traveller, Brittany (1993)We walked a circuit of the double ramparts of stone, looking out at hills folding to the south in steamy grey waves. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Details Hotel Bastion is built into the city ramparts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He erected a fortress of clay roofs, arched and open to the breezes, with ramparts of stone mixed with clay. Charles Glass The Tribes Triumphant (2006)Watch eagles and vultures flying from the castle ramparts and the world's largest working catapult launching a fireball 150m into the air! The Sun (2015)Standing on the ramparts of the fort, there is a palpable sense of history: this is where civilisation once ended and the barbarians began. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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