Furnished with battlements, as the ramparts of a city or castle.(adjective)
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Use "battlemented" in a sentence
"With its mellow stonework and battlemented towers, mirrored on the surface of a broad moat skimmed on a summer day by turquoise dragonflies, Bodiam is everybody's idea of what a castle should look like."
"The law can no longer touch these princes of the realm personally, because adjacent to their palaces are their battlemented corporations, which can cover management malefactions by paying occasional fines as a routine cost of doing business."
"He was all in hand when he led his men up over a rough stone causeway to a door in the bottom of a high battlemented wall and waited for somebody to open it."