/ (ˈkrɛnɪˌleɪtɪd) /
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(of a moulding, etc) having square indentations
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How to use crenellated in a sentence
The wall is some forty feet high, and along the top runs a broad path enclosed by crenellated parapets.A Wayfarer in China|Elizabeth Kendall
The King's barge was already illuminating the crenellated arch at the top of the river steps.The Fifth Queen|Ford Madox Ford
The houses figured in the bas-reliefs are often surrounded by a crenellated wall, and stand in the middle of a court or garden.A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. II (of 2)|Georges Perrot
They could walk along the high crenellated walls of the Barbican and shoot thence, and stop the way by lowering the portcullis.Life in a Medival City|Edwin Benson
The great walls of the belfry are three feet thick, and the roof was probably battlemented or crenellated.Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century|Henry Chandlee Forman