- Architecture. built like a castle, especially with turrets and battlements.
- having many castles.
Origin of castellated
Examples from the Web for castellated
Historical Examples of castellated
I have been much impressed by your great knowledge of castellated architecture.A Laodicean
The feldspars are lath-shaped, often with castellated terminations.Mount Rainier
Mount Prospect was a large, castellated modern building of stone.When It Was Dark
That, as you may have heard, is a circular building with a castellated top.Cleek of Scotland Yard
Thomas W. Hanshew
Its vertical-walled gullies, its cliffs, its castellated ridges are like none other.The Alps
- having turrets and battlements, like a castle
- having indentations similar to battlementsa castellated nut; a castellated filament
Word Origin for castellated
Word Origin and History for castellated
"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.