Pronunciation of Machicolated
/mˈat͡ʃɪkˌɒle͡ɪtɪd/, /mˈatʃɪkˌɒleɪtɪd/, /m_ˈa_tʃ_ɪ_k_ˌɒ_l_eɪ_t_ɪ_d/
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Usage examples for Machicolated:
- And out again and down again they passed, and turning aside from the gateway, trailed along beneath the brown machicolated wall of an old town, from the crumbling battlements of which faces half- sleepy, half- suspicious, watched them as they moved below through the glare and heat. - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
- The only castle within my ken had been, by my impression, the machicolated villa above us the previous summer at New Brighton, and as I had seen no structure rise beyond that majesty so I had seen none abased to the dignity of ruin. - "A Small Boy and Others", Henry James.
- Two round towers, sturdy and boldly machicolated, appear straight ahead, but oddly enough the wall between them has no opening of any sort, and the stranger is perplexed at the inhospitable curtain- wall that seems to refuse him admittance to the mediaeval delights within. - "Normandy, Complete The Scenery & Romance Of Its Ancient Towns", Gordon Home.
- And for a moment, the stamping of the high- nerved horses' hoofs echoed up along the tall citadel with its latticed windows and its machicolated parapet a hundred and fifty feet in air. - "The Flying Legion", George Allan England.
- It is three hundred and thirty- four feet high, and is built of brick with a machicolated stone cap and bell- turret above. - "Cathedral Cities of Italy", William Wiehe Collins.