embattled definition

  • adjective:
    • Prepared or fortified for fight or involved with struggle: embattled troops; an embattled city.
    • Beset with attackers, criticism, or debate: an embattled legislative minority.
    • at the mercy of or troubled by battles, controversy or debates.
    • ready or armed for fight.
    • Of a wall, fortress, etc., having battlements or crenellations.
    • Drawn with a line of alternating square indentations and extensions.
    • Having indentations like a battlement.
    • obtaining the advantage broken like battlements; -- stated of a bearing like a fess, fold, or even the like.
    • Having already been the area of struggle.
    • prepared for fight
    • having or resembling duplicated square indentations like those who work in a battlement
    • Prepared or fortified for fight or involved with struggle: embattled soldiers; an embattled town.
    • Beset with attackers, criticism, or debate: an embattled legislative minority.
    • susceptible to or troubled by battles, controversy or debates.
    • Prepared or armed for struggle.
    • Of a wall, fortress, etc., having battlements or crenellations.
    • attracted with a line of alternating square indentations and extensions.
    • Having indentations like a battlement.
    • obtaining the edge damaged like battlements; -- stated of a bearing eg a fess, bend, or the love.
    • Having been the place of battle.
    • prepared for battle
    • having or resembling duplicated square indentations like those who work in a battlement
    • developed or fortified for battle or involved with battle: embattled soldiers; an embattled city.
    • Beset with attackers, criticism, or debate: an embattled legislative minority.
    • at the mercy of or troubled by battles, controversy or debates.
    • Prepared or armed for fight.
    • Of a wall, fortress, etc., having battlements or crenellations.
    • Drawn with a line of alternating square indentations and extensions.
    • Having indentations like a battlement.
    • obtaining the side broken like battlements; -- said of a bearing such as for example a fess, flex, or even the want.
    • Having been the area of struggle.
    • prepared for battle
    • having or resembling repeated square indentations like those who work in a battlement
  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and past participle of embattle.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of embattle.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of embattle.
  • others:
    • Furnished with battlements; especially, in heraldry, broken-in square forecasts and depressions such as the merlons and periods of battlements: said of 1 of lines developing the boundaries of a regular or any other bearing; in addition stated of this bearing whoever outline is indeed damaged: as, a fesse embattled. Additionally fought, crénelé, crenelated, crenellated. In addition written imbattled.
    • Furnished with battlements; specifically, in heraldry, broken-in square projections and depressions like the merlons and intervals of battlements: stated of just one of this lines creating the boundaries of a regular or any other bearing; also stated of this bearing whose outline is so damaged: as, a fesse embattled. In addition fought, crénelé, crenelated, crenellated. In addition written imbattled.
    • Furnished with battlements; especially, in heraldry, broken-in square forecasts and depressions such as the merlons and periods of battlements: stated of 1 associated with outlines forming the boundaries of a regular or any other bearing; additionally stated associated with the bearing whose overview is so damaged: as, a fesse embattled. Also fought, crénelé, crenelated, crenellated. In addition written imbattled.

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