[ kas-uhl, kah-suhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF castled

Antonyms for castled

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


The night gathers over the castled crags and the mysterious forests.

The German waiter at the inn asked with great gravity if we admired it more than 'the castled crag of Drachenfels.'

Castled upon the hill above, it simulated power in more ways than one.

Ravines profound as night lie near the castled hills, in which all manner of noxious things swarm and multiply.

While all is hushed, watch the castled crag and the gnarled pine on the hilltop blacken against the golden afterglow.

Not upon the Rhine, with its castled rocks—not upon the shores of that ancient inland sea—not among the Isles of the Ind.

Even on one's way to Italy one may spare a throb of desire for the beautiful vision of the castled Grisons.

Reflected in that stream is the castled crag of Drachenfels, mirrored as in my heart the image of my dearest Catherine.

It can only be compared to a castled burg of the Rhine or Meuse: it is like nothing else in modern France.

Looking back, after passing, we saw a knoll or hillock, of which the castled rock is the bare face.