Architecture. built like a castle, especially with turrets and battlements.
having many castles.
The angles of the castellation of the various walls shut out the tops of the other hills or mounds on every side.
The Mystery of the Sea Bram Stoker
As the picture of it shows very well, the approach was managed beautifully and the effect of castellation very well secured.
The Century of Columbus James J. Walsh
having turrets and battlements, like a castle
having indentations similar to battlements: a castellated nut, a castellated filament
“furnished with turrets and battlements,” 1670s, from Medieval Latin castellatus “built like a castle,” past participle of castellare “to fortify as a castle,” from Latin castellum “fort” (see castle (n.)). Related: Castellation.
a seaport in E Spain. noun a port in E Spain. Pop: 160 714 (2003 est)
a small isolated fortress, or one of a series of such fortresses, of the ancient Romans. Historical Examples This castellum is a miniature embodiment of Roman taste and skill in architecture. The Actress in High Life Sue Petigru Bowen It was then a question which word should prevail,—tour (turris), or chastel (castellum). The Story of […]
Mario [mah-ryaw] /ˈmɑ ryɔ/ (Show IPA), 1895–1968, U.S. composer, born in Italy.