The slide wraps around the castle like an old helter skelter and the castle is a play den with turret.
Using fingerprints, one was identified as U.S. Army Pvt. James Bowman, who had been in the turret of the car next to Gordon.
One eager father even shoved his young daughter up in a turret with a soldier.
Thirty at least have fallen in their attack on this turret, besides those who have been killed by your fire.
The southern and the eastern windows of the turret chamber were open.
Frank ran into the turret, while Mr. Martin and the quarter-master dived down the hatchway, and ran up into the pilot-house.
Yet here in the turret, unguarded by insulation, I could say nothing.
When the turret again indexes, the finished casting is removed and replaced with a rough one.
The turret in which Dr. Frank and I now stood was perched here.
"One feels almost ashamed at being so safe," Osgod said, as Wulf joined him on the turret.
c.1300, "small tower," from Old French touret (12c.), diminutive of tour "tower," from Latin turris (see tower). Meaning "low, flat gun-tower on a warship" is recorded from 1862, later also of tanks. Related: Turreted.