incastle (incastles, present participle incastling; past and past participle incastled)

  1. (obsolete) To add castles to a place.
    • 1587, John Hooker translating Gerald of Wales as the "Vaticinall Historie of the Conquest of Ireland" in Chronicles, Vol. III, 47/2:
      Meth was alredie meetlie well and indifferentlie fortified and incastelled.

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