adjective. ['ɛmˈbætəld'] prepared for battle.
Rhymes with Embattled
adjective. ['ɛmˈbætəld'] having or resembling repeated square indentations like those in a battlement.
Sentences with embattled
1. Verb, past participle
Indented lines (flush on the top, choppy on the bottom) stand for fire, while embattled lines (lines mimicking the shape of a crown, or battlements) symbolize a wall, fortress or town.
2. Verb, past tense
One curious tale regarding the practice of visitors leaving coins on graves comes from the folklore surrounding the mysterious and embattled Irish-Canadian Donnelly family of Ontario, Canada.
When conflicts are resolved by a strong manager who serves as a mediator for embattled employees or by the workforce team, the overall communication between everyone at the business improves.