- n. Plural form of battlement.
“Out of the four main battlements, all but the southernmost were under the firm, unyielding hand of the Clan Engineers.”
“Food isn't fantastic, though perfectly palatable – but evening chai on the battlements is a fabulous Indian experience.”
“The word thus rendered in Isa. 54: 12 ought rather to be rendered "battlements" (LXX., "bulwarks;" R.V., "pinnacles"), or as Gesenius renders it, "notched battlements, i.e., suns or rays of the sun" = having a radiated appearance like the sun.”
“Repeated to me by poor old drunken Jem White the sexton, many years since, when on the "battlements" of Oundle Church; Oundle being the market town for the three villages in the rhymes quoted.”
“The cold, ethereal beauty he’d seen on the battlements was a warm, real girl after all.”
“The structure isnt a tent, like the ones in Haga Park in Sweden; it has too many details like the battlements.”
“But hell and goblins damned have no place on a stage that is dappled with the light of an ill-defined Scandinavia: Tom Scutt's design, of birch trees and wan stone, supplies battlements that look more country house than castle.”
““So perish whoever else shall overleap my battlements,” he cried, according to Livy.111 It is an old story—and a new story, as Mumford indicates.”
“Beyond the arch, huge towers of gray stone rose straight up into the sky, topped by steeply pitched roofs and crenellated battlements.”
“Paul Brown: John Damian was much ridiculed in 1507 when he jumped off the battlements of Stirling Castle”
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