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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The gates were closed, and not a man was to be seen on the battlements.

Earl Hugh's turreted tower also rises boldly from the battlements.

To this they set fire, just as Odin flew over the battlements.

The top rises in a cone, or pyramid of stone, encompassed by battlements.

The banners of France fluttered in the gentle breeze over all the battlements of the fort.

Let us approach the battlements and cast our eyes immediately below.

Some had leaped down from the battlements and made their escape to other parts of the city.

He began to tear the fur of his cloak and toss it over the battlements.

But haste ye all, both to the battlements and the gates of the tower works; On!

A shower of stones too from their slingers is coming over our battlements.