Examples of citadel in a Sentence
We visited a medieval citadel in Italy.
a massive stone citadel continues to command the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia
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However, even under authoritarian constraints, civil society was seen as an Islamist citadel.
The most impressive of Chachapoyas’s archaeological remains is the great citadel of Kuélap.
There certainly was no gleaming citadel of a Target, as there is now.
Starbucks may come out of this a winner, too, if its mea culpa encourages more blacks to buy coffee at its citadel of racial justice.
But when push comes to shove, the Senate is their citadel, offering a high protective wall against even a high wave.
The few competitors at this stage will build improbable bridges under their very feet and sprout brick citadels with arrow slits for snipers to see through.
Now the castle’s imposing stone walls and soaring Gothic spires are home to yet another era-defining figure — a president who for the past five years has turned it into a citadel of European populism.
The Spanish citadel, fully named Castillo San Felipe del Morro, dates back to the 16th century and was built to overlook the entrance to San Juan Bay.
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: a castle or fort that in past times was used to protect the people of a city if the city was attacked
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