verbo[with object] (usually as adjective crenellated) chiefly historical
Provide (a wall of a building) with battlements: the abbey of Quarr had been licensed to crenellate its buildings a crenellated parapet
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- It also required raising the limestone crenellated parapet that runs along the roof battlement.
- To the left of this tower are the walls that surround the basilica itself, as solid and crenellated as a castle keep.
- The glass structure that enclosed them had a crenellated top suggestive of historic armories.
early 19th century: from French créneler, from Old French crenel (see crenel).
Definición de crenellate en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.