crenellate

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To indent; to notch

crenellated leaf.

To furnish with crenelles
having repeated square indentations like those in a battlement; "a crenelated molding"
supply with battlements
{f} build a structure with battlements or features that resemble battlements; make something with square dents or notches like the openings of a battlement
crenelate
To indent; to notch

crenelated leaf.

crenellation
The act of crenellating; adding a top row that looks like the top of a medieval castle
crenellation
A pattern along the top of a parapet (fortified wall), most often in the form of multiple, regular, rectangular spaces in the top of the wall, through which arrows or other weaponry may be shot, especially as used in medieval European architecture
licence to crenellate
In medieval Britain, a licence, granted by the king giving permission to fortify a manor house
crenelate
having repeated square indentations like those in a battlement; "a crenelated molding"
crenelate
To indent; to notch; as, a crenelated leaf
crenelate
To furnish with crenelles
crenelate
supply with battlements
crenelate
{f} build battlements with openings through which weapons can be fired
crenellation
The pattern along the top of many medieval castles, most often in the form of multiple, regular, rectangular spaces cut out of the top of the wall, through which to shoot arrows, etc
crenellation
the action of constructing rampparts with gaps for firing guns or arrows
crenellation
a rampart built around the top of a castle with regular gaps for firing arrows or guns
crenellate

    Hyphenation

    cren·el·late

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    () Late Latin crenellare, kernellare: See French créneler to indent. See Crenelle.

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