crenellations

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of crenellation.

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Examples

  • She and Tabitha ran hand in hand about the enclosure, studying the façades, the gargoyles, the crenellations, all that architectural ostentatious crap.

    Crossed

  • She and Tabitha ran hand in hand about the enclosure, studying the façades, the gargoyles, the crenellations, all that architectural ostentatious crap.

    Crossed

  • At dawn Amarantha sat among the crenellations in the lee of her tower, eating porridge and berries she barely tasted.

    The Urchin’s Dark Kite « A Fly in Amber

  • Consulting a copy of "The Chinese Automobile Driver's Book of Maps," Mr. Hessler decides to follow the printed crenellations of the Great Wall west into the arid heartland of the country, picking up hitchhikers as he goes.

    China's Long, Strange Road Trip

  • Bullets started whizzing past him, pinging off the cast-iron crenellations.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • Two of the torches that illumined the battlements had been doused there, swathing the crenellations under a cloak of darkness.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD

  • Mr. ROBERT STONE (Author, "Fun with Problems"): (Reading) Hampton County locked them down in a 19th century brick fortress of a jail, a penitential fantasy of red brick keeps and crenellations.

    Fiction, Long And Short, For Summertime Escapes

  • Consulting a copy of "The Chinese Automobile Driver's Book of Maps," Mr. Hessler decides to follow the printed crenellations of the Great Wall west into the arid heartland of the country, picking up hitchhikers as he goes.

    China's Long, Strange Road Trip

  • Mr. ROBERT STONE (Author, "Fun with Problems"): (Reading) Hampton County locked them down in a 19th century brick fortress of a jail, a penitential fantasy of red brick keeps and crenellations.

    Fiction, Long And Short, For Summertime Escapes

  • To my mind, cabernet sauvignon, as long as there's only a bit of it, interferes less with the architecture of sangiovese, merely strengthening the foundations rather than filling inthe crenellations as merlot does.

    Wine: The mysterious world of chianti classico

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