Outside the bastioned and turreted walls of the castle, the new-born city grew up under its protecting shadows.
Earl Hugh's turreted tower also rises boldly from the battlements.
He pointed with a smile to a turreted nunnery, and his eyes narrowed and gleamed.
They are turreted and clad with ivy, and considerably loftier than any ordinary house.
Its cargo was two turreted pies, one full of birds and the other of frogs.
He looked about him, taking in the turreted, majestic age and mass of the castle.
If these could only be transported to Charleston, what a sensation they would make among the turreted monitors!
It is on the side of a hill with high, turreted walls behind it.
So absorbed was I in my meditation, that I passed my turreted house without noticing it.
No definition: evidently intended for all the turreted shells.