turreted

[tur-i-tid, tuhr-]
adjective
1.
furnished with a turret or turrets.
2.
having a turretlike part or parts.
3.
Zoology. having whorls in the form of a long or towering spiral, as certain shells.

Origin:
1540–50; turret + -ed3

unturreted, adjective
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turreted, turriculate or turriculated (ˈtʌrɪtɪd, tʌˈrɪkjʊlɪt, -ˌleɪt)
 
adj
1.  having or resembling a turret or turrets
2.  (of a gastropod shell) having the shape of a long spiral
 
turriculate, turriculate or turriculated
 
adj
 
turriculated, turriculate or turriculated
 
adj

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Example sentences
The bedroom was uncanny in its half-light, which turned the curtains to lurking
  robbers, the dressing-table to a turreted castle.
The turreted clapboard hotel also has a restaurant on the premises.
Of ancient origin, celebrated in myth and art, it is regally beautiful in its
  leathery scarlet skin and turreted crown.
Of ancient origin, celebrated in myth and art, it is regally beautiful in its
  leathery scarlet skin and turreted crown.
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