The walls are castellated at top, and vary in height, according to the nature of the ground, from twenty to thirty feet.
That, as you may have heard, is a circular building with a castellated top.
The castellated rampart which thus surrounded and guarded Nineveh did not constitute by any means its sole defence.
Its vertical-walled gullies, its cliffs, its castellated ridges are like none other.
Piled and castellated against the sky they assumed all kinds of odd shapes.
The sugar-loaf hills, with their castellated escarpments, go marching by with stately sweep.
From this spot could be faintly discerned the castellated turrets of my own house, the Villa Romani.
In some instances the cliffs assume a castellated appearance.
Already the castellated rocks were filling us with childish delight.
Castle Head is a perpendicular columned mass, appearing like a colossal, castellated doorway, flanked by square towers.
"furnished with turrets and battlements," 1670s, from Medieval Latin castellatus "built like a castle," past participle of castellare "to fortify as a castle," from Latin castellum "fort" (see castle (n.)). Related: Castellation.