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- v. To build in the form of a castle; to add battlements to an existing building
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To give a castle-like form or appearance to; furnish with turrets and battlements in the manner of a castle.
- To assume castle-like forms, as moving clouds.
- Same as castellated.
- n. A lordship or castellany.
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