verb (used with object), cas·tled, cas·tling.
verb (used without object), cas·tled, cas·tling. Chess.
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Origin of castle
OTHER WORDS FROM castlecas·tle·like, adjectiveun·cas·tled, adjective
Words nearby castle
Example sentences from the Web for castled
Even on one's way to Italy one may spare a throb of desire for the beautiful vision of the castled Grisons.Italian Hours|Henry James
Ravines profound as night lie near the castled hills, in which all manner of noxious things swarm and multiply.Legends & Romances of Spain|Lewis Spence
The huge masses of serried troops, the lines of stately elephants, the castled background of the temples of Aurungzebe.A Fascinating Traitor|Richard Henry Savage
On the south side you see the “castled crags,” glacier-crested, while on the north, Horseshoe Basin stands revealed.The Columbia River|William Denison Lyman
The castled crag of Drachenfels Frowns o'er the wide and winding Rhine.Familiar Quotations|Various