castellated castellated


  • (adj) having or resembling repeated square indentations like those in a battlement



  1. It is a community of ruinous houses girdled by a ruinous wall, but it has its two-story hotels with shower baths and roaches, and is proud of its hideous castellated palace.
  2. The Bannerman family spend vacations at this castellated arsenal but very seldom have visitors.
  3. From her great castellated mansion on Lake Shore Drive she drove Chicago society for 40 years.


  • If Jane Eyre wore neon

    Posted in Fashion / Fashion blog / Fashion photo shoots / Fashion pictures The Gothic , castellated mansion that Jane Eyre so grieves to leave in Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel – a departure which is necessary “like looking on the necessity of death” – represents the very life she has lived, temporarily, and must leave behind. Thornfield Hall is the name of that place, and Marco D’Amico’s ...
    on August 13, 2013     Source: StyleBistro

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cynic cynic
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