Crenelate (verb)

To provide with battlements, as in medieval fortifications.

Origin:

From the middle english word "crenell" meaning a notch or indentation, and the latin word "crenellare" meaning to notch.

Examples:

  1. The castle was crenelated to provide protection for the inhabitants.
  2. The wall was crenelated to provide firing positions for archers.
  3. The tower was crenelated to provide a defensive barrier.
  4. The fortress was crenelated to provide a strong defense.
  5. The city wall was crenelated to protect against invaders.
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