citadel

[ sit-uh-dl, -uh-del ]SEE DEFINITION OF citadel
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We then would have pushed for Citadel Hill, which commanded Halifax.

The general knew all about that, because his son was stationed in the Citadel.

It was this that stormed the citadel of my hope, and drove me from even thinking of a God.

In the citadel is also a mosque, now building by the order of the Pasha.

Once it was by the Gauls, as we have read, who captured all the city except the citadel.

In the town and the citadel they had eaten eight hundred horses.

It was a shell, which had demolished a chimney in the Rue Sainte-Barbe, near the citadel.

He seized the Citadel, and did by force what had been refused to his request.

The example of the town, however, was not followed by the citadel.

Follow me with your hoplites, and I will introduce you into the citadel.

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