Related formsun·tur·ret·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for turreted
The summons is delivered impartially at the hovels of the poor and the turreted palaces of the rich.Horace and His Influence|Grant Showerman
The house is old, turreted like a chateau, overgrown with clematis and passion-flower.Brooke's Daughter|Adeline Sergeant
A parapet encircling the upper part is turreted; and on some of the largest houses guns are mounted.The Progress of Ethnology|John Russell Bartlett
Contrasted with these arrangements were the castles of the Normans, "tall, turreted, and castellated buildings."The World of Homer|Andrew Lang
Marbella stands slightly elevated above the sea, and its turreted walls and narrow streets declare it to be thoroughly Moorish.