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fortalice

noun for·ta·lice \ˈfr-tə-ləs\

Definition of FORTALICE

1
archaic :  fortress
2
archaic :  a small fort

Origin of FORTALICE

Middle English, from Medieval Latin fortalitia — more at fortress
First Known Use: 15th century

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