Definition of turreted
: furnished with or as if with turrets a turreted fortress
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Other highlights includes a stunning turreted family room with pine ceiling, walls of windows and access to the expansive patio overlooking the peaceful back yard.
Her father owned a textile mill, and Carrington and her three brothers were raised at Crookhey Hall, a turreted mansion with its own croquet lawn and ornamental lake.
The turreted Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, which has been owned by the same family for 700 years, will be familiar to fans of the Harry Potter films as it was used as a location.
For the first time in a turreted main battle tank, the entire crew is cocooned inside an armored capsule in the hull.
Built in 1900, the turreted Queen Anne Victorian, with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, is located at 2104 Kenwood Parkway between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles.
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