Three armored police vans came barreling down the road firing shotgun pellets out of the turrets normally used to launch teargas.
Barrington Court (now a farm) is a magnificent E-shaped building, with numerous twisted chimneys, turrets, and finials.
Each college, each church—he counted them by their pinnacles and turrets.
The great clock striking two has just filled the turrets with its sound.
It was a huge house with towers and turrets and a water gate with stairs.
The free-board amidships is still higher, being at this point level with the platform on which the two turrets are placed.
She carried seven guns, those in the turrets weighing 25 tons.
This ornamentation might be extended to the turrets of the inner walls.
Entrance is gained to the turrets themselves from inside this breastwork.
The besieged defended themselves on the walls and turrets with bows, spears, and stones.
c.1300, "small tower," from Old French touret (12c.), diminutive of tour "tower," from Latin turris (see tower). Meaning "low, flat gun-tower on a warship" is recorded from 1862, later also of tanks. Related: Turreted.