bastioned vs fortified what difference

what is difference between bastioned and fortified

English

Adjective

bastioned (not comparable)

  1. Furnished with a bastion; having bastions.
    • 1919, Achmed Abdullah, “Pro Patria” in Fear and Other Stories, Chapter IV, [1]
      As he walked stiffly aslant against the booming northern wind, he tried to marshal his thoughts, tried to dovetail for himself a picture of what had happened behind the grim, bastioned walls of the lamasery and of what was going to happen []
    • 1953, C. S. Lewis, The Silver Chair, Collins, 1998, Chapter 5,
      To the North there were low pale-colored hills, in places bastioned with rock.

Verb

bastioned

  1. simple past tense and past participle of bastion

Anagrams

  • botanised, debations


English

Pronunciation

  • (General American) IPA(key): /ˈfɔɹtɪfaɪd/
  • (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈfɔːtɪfaɪd/
  • Hyphenation: for‧ti‧fied

Verb

fortified

  1. simple past tense and past participle of fortify

Synonyms

  • castellate, castellated, incastled, encastled, incastellated, encastellated

Translations

Noun

fortified (plural fortifieds)

  1. A fortified wine.
    • 2012, Barbara Santich, Bold Palates: Australia’s Gastronomic Heritage (page 136)
      In 1969 output of table wines exceeded that of fortifieds for the first time, and by 1973 more than twice as much table wine as fortified was being produced.

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