Ravelin



[rav-lin] /ˈræv lɪn/

noun, Fortification.
1.
a V -shaped outwork outside the main ditch and covering the works between two bastions.
/ˈrævlɪn/
noun
1.
(fortifications) an outwork having two embankments at a salient angle

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