castle 的 3 个定义
- a fortified, usually walled residence, as of a prince or noble in feudal times.
- the chief and strongest part of the fortifications of a medieval city.
- a strongly fortified, permanently garrisoned stronghold.
- to place or enclose in or as in a castle.
- Chess. to move in castling.
- to move the king two squares horizontally and bring the appropriate rook to the square the king has passed over.
- to be moved in this manner.
magnificent home, often for royalty
- Whoever sent more soldiers to a given castle conquered that castle and won its victory points.
- The top strategies clustered soldiers into a small number of castles worth exactly 28 points.
- Photographer Jose Villa regularly flies around the world to shoot couples’ wedding celebrations, whether it’s a castle in Tuscany, a ballroom in Malaysia, or a private estate in Napa Valley.
- Each castle has its own strategic value for a would-be conqueror.
- Specifically, the castles are worth 1, 2, 3, …, 12, and 13 victory points.
- I meet Otis J. the night he arrives at “The Castle,” a West Harlem halfway house for newly-released convicts.
- Crain posted a cash bond of $102.50 apiece shortly before 1:30 P.M., and they returned to the Castle Hotel.
- Denton, who speaks in the clipped cadence of the Oxford-educated Brit he is, has built quite a castle.
- Terry Castle has this great book called The Professor, which came out after I was in grad school.
- Well, the dwarfs took pity on him and gave him the coffin, and the prince had it carried to his castle.
- Walls End Castle, when the party broke up, returned to its normal state.
- His presence, also, always graced Walls End Castle at the regulation periods.
- His lordship during the earlier part of his reign never came near Walls End Castle.
- Nothing doubtful or "reputed" ever arrived in the huge packing-cases consigned to Walls End Castle.
- Thank you for nothing, Reginald; however, I shall certainly take a dip in the lucky-bag at the Castle.