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Dungeon

dungeon

dungeon, 1
1. The principal and strongest tower of a castle; the keep.
2. A dim chamber in a medieval castle, usually at the base of the keep.
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Kidwelly Castle: Houses a well-known main prison or dungeon. From the great passage, a door on the right leads into a room which, at first glance, looks as if it houses the castle's well.
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This chic restaurant and weekend jazz bar is tucked into an old dungeon under the defensive sea wall of the Casco Viejo, the center of Panamanian architectural history.
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Hardest for me to accept is Mazzotta's disturbingly negative vision of humanity, as from a "dungeon" with a view.
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