Definition of turreted in English:

turreted

adjective

  • See turret

    • ‘From the outside, the turreted building, with its terracotta roof tiles, looks like any extravagantly large house on an upmarket estate.’
    • ‘Offers of over £2.5m are being asked for the turreted 15th century former fortress standing in 90 acres of beautiful surroundings beside the river Girvan at Kirkmichael, Ayrshire.’
    • ‘If you like fishing or hunting, the chances are that you already know about East Haugh House, a turreted 17 th-century property set in two-acre gardens close to the River Tummel.’
    • ‘Set in extensive grounds, this turreted 16 th-century castle became a luxury hotel in the 1960s.’
    • ‘The architecture is Tudor style, complete with turreted parapets, fortified towers, arches and battlements.’

Pronunciation

turreted

/ˈtʌrɪtɪd/