Origin of casemate
Related formscase·mat·ed, adjectiveun·case·mat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for casemate
Besides the loss of the smoke-stack and steering-gear, the injuries to the casemate of the ram were very severe.
The meeting on the Louisiana was held in No. 12 casemate, on the port side of the gun deck aft.With the Battle Fleet|Franklin Matthews
There are now two guns mounted on the casemate carriages in the left flank.Fort Sumter National Monument, South Carolina|Frank Barnes
The Lackawanna followed, striking a square blow on the port side at the after end of the casemate.
The results were as follows:—Under west tower, casemate penetrated, gun not disabled.The Egyptian campaigns, 1882 to 1885|Charles Royle