She fully believed that it contained dungeons, oubliettes, and other horrors.
The ruin of the castle at Domme is so complete that the oubliettes there, if they existed, are buried.
My dear sir, there is nothing like oubliettes and secret prisons.
The disappearance of prisoners, the oubliettes, are just what is needed.
And I should not wish you to be thrown into prison and myself into the oubliettes.
Many a time he had wandered in the dungeons, and listened to old stories of oubliettes.
Could it be one of the oubliettes in the roof of the doge's palace at Venice?
On the second floor Cunette showed them the room where the oubliettes—dungeons—were.
On the Continent the oubliettes are inside the house, and you are ostentatiously warned of their immediate neighbourhood.
At first their bodies were thrown into oubliettes at the bottom of towers in his ordinary places of residence.