adjective. ['ɛmˈbætəld'] prepared for battle.
Words that Rhyme with Embattled
adjective. ['ɛmˈbætəld'] having or resembling repeated square indentations like those in a battlement.
Example sentences of the word 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.