Synonym: fortress, stronghold. Similar words: delimitation, resuscitate, elicitation, felicitation, incapacitation, resuscitation, philadelphia, tad. Meaning: ['sɪtədəl] n. a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle.
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(1) The town has a 14th century citadel overlooking the river.
(2) The business is no longer regarded as a citadel of commerce.
(3) The citadel was solid.
(4) The Citadel was where nuclear warheads were made.
(5) New Zealand became the citadel of the new right.
(6) Having garrisoned the citadel, Zacco left.
(7) In the citadel of St Martial everyone's nerves were on edge.
(8) For such a man to assault the Government citadel, garrisoned by aristocrats, and buttressed by wealth, seemed mere madness.
(9) The old citadel remains; a fortified entrance gate, a ruined keep, some fine slabs of wall.
(10) Outside this was a citadel, fortified like the inner bailey, but containing a greater number of buildings.
(11) The U.S. is often seen as the citadel of capitalism.
(12) The superbly sited Hellenistic theatres at the citadel of Pergamon and Termessos were only slightly altered in Roman times.
(13) A dream citadel where Billy escapes from his day-mare realities.
(14) Having emptied the citadel of gold and silver he left Limoges and went off in search of new sources of pay for his mercenaries.
(15) But Pax Tharkas is a fortified citadel.
(16) Instead they concentrated all their energies on subduing the rebels' capital, the citadel of St Martial's.
(17) We are now on level ground and on the left is the Salvation Army Citadel.
(18) To place something else at the center may arouse fears that superstition and non-scientific ideas will attack an undefended citadel of science.
(19) Atrocity stories filtered through, of the Mamelukes bursting into the citadel; of the destruction, the rampage; the plundering. Sentencedict.com
(20) He retired from the Navy in 1979 to accept an offer to be president of the Citadel military college in South Carolina.
(21) Her legal challenge has been taken over by another prospective Citadel cadet, Nancy Mellette.
(22) In June 1176 Richard laid siege to Limoges; after a few days resistance Aimar's citadel capitulated.
(23) For nearly half-an-hour nothing happened, no sound broke the torpid silence of the village citadel.
(24) The President, I was sure, was now making up his explanations of the various Citadel command-post functions.
(25) It seemed that the verderers were going towards the outlaws' citadel, not away from it.
(26) It is going great guns with special lines, the Fortress Alarm and the upgraded, fancy number, the Citadel.
(27) In that context, 22-year-old Faulkner said the shaky start to coeducation at the Citadel was little wonder.
(28) That these people would one day be enthroned in the citadel of power could not have seemed conceivable to him.
(29) Look at it, the golden evening, the snowy mountains, the citadel of the Alhambra.
(30) Whenever there was fighting around Limoges one permanent complicating factor was the rivalry between city and citadel.
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