Definitions

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  • adj. Having a parapet.

Etymologies

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parapet +‎ -ed

Examples

  • A parapetted wall, some three or four feet in height, runs all round to separate those of the adjacent houses from one another when they chance to be on the same level, and also prevent falling off.

    The Free Lances A Romance of the Mexican Valley

  • It was a fight at first with rifles and musketry at long range; then closer as the hostile host came crowding in upon them; the bullets sent through windows and loopholed walls -- some from the flat parapetted roofs of the houses -- till at length it became a conflict hand to hand with knife, sword, and pistol, or guns clubbed -- being empty, with no time to reload them -- many a Texan braining one antagonist with the butt of his piece after having sent its bullet through the body of another!

    The Free Lances A Romance of the Mexican Valley

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