crenelle


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Related to crenelle: crenellation, merlons

crenel, crenelle

B, crenel
An open space between the merlons of a battlement.

carnel, crenelle

Same as the embrasure of a battlement.
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Unfortunately, the good-looking Crenelle proved to be a frustrating performer, obviously talented but unenthusiastic about racing.
It is probably more a matter of coincidence than significance, but Ela Athena is connected with both of Cerreto's parents, having Claude as her sire's maternal grandsire and Crenelle as her dam's third dam.
Haddox begins with a consideration of the church and racial mixing as they are exemplified in Les Crenelles (The Holly Berries), a collection of lyric poems written in French and published by free Creoles of color in New Orleans.