from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging or pertaining to a castle.
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Domestic events, the private castellar life, were thus exalted; but they could hardly suffice to engross and satisfy the spirit of a warrior and crusader.
If there is any style which colonists particularly affect, it is the castellar.
Still, as of old, it answers to the contemplative castellar cry, -- "Hail, romancer! come and divert me, -- make me merry!
"Colonel Beaupree's estate," interrupted Octavia, emphasizing her words with appropriate dramatic gestures, "is of Spanish castellar architecture.