walled

[ wawld ]
/ wɔld /

adjective

having walls (sometimes used in combination): a high-walled prison.
enclosed or fortified with a wall: a walled village.

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Origin of walled

before 1000; Middle English; Old English geweallod;see wall, -ed2, -ed3
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