donjon

[ duhn-juh n, don- ]SEE DEFINITION OF donjon
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Once more shall its donjon overlook from its height the two valleys.

In the middle of the court is the donjon, which contains the archives and the treasure.

At the same moment they heard a cry from the top of the donjon.

"You must come and see the donjon keep, girls," said George.

Then Richard was captured and cast into a donjon to await the Duke's pleasure.

Most of the provisions had been in a storehouse outside the donjon.

The donjon and the encircling wall have been skillfully restored.

Within the donjon is the remains of the well, fifty feet deep.

The donjon still exists, serving now as a soldiers barracks.

Donjon or Keep, chief retreat of the defenders of a strong castle.

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