becastled

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Etymology[edit]

be- +‎ castle +‎ -ed

Adjective[edit]

becastled (not comparable)

  1. Fortified by or furnished with a castle or castles.
    • 1887, Correspondence between Goethe and Carlyle (ed. Charles Eliot Norton; pub. Macmillan), page 135
      As long as you were living in Edinburgh I did not venture to seek you out, for how could I hope, in that becastled town (which, spite of many descriptions, always perplexes me), to find out a quiet friend.

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