In form it resembles a large farm yard, entirely walled in and crenellated.
It is proposed to connect it by a crenellated wall with the main work.
The crenellated gable parapet rises from a string course with five sculptured masks, and has plain shields on its battlements.
This inclosure is protected by crenellated walls and surrounded by a moat.
The massive walls are crenellated and supported by stout square buttresses.
But I stayed not to look at these, nor at the long sweep of the enclosure, crenellated and pavilioned.
Curiously, too, there were remains of an outhouse with a crenellated parapet, suggestive enough of a castle.
In order to avoid crossing the centre of the town, they followed the crenellated wall by an almost deserted road.
A crenellated Moorish fortification rises up dreamily at one point, but finding itself out of date, abruptly subsides again.
Within an easy half-days ride from X. lie the cliffs of Chipipi, rising in crenellated tiers from the winding river at their base.
early 14c., from French créneler, from crénelé (12c.); see crenel. Sometimes also crenellate; the double -l- seems to be from a presumed Latin *crenella as a diminutive of crena. Related: Crenelated (1823), also crenellated; crenellation (1849). Earlier formes of the past participle adjective included carneled.