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Citadel SID-ə-del Part of speech: noun origin: French, mid 16th century
1A fortress, typically on high ground, protecting or dominating a city.
 
Examples of Citadel in a sentence “The soldiers prepared to fall back to the citadel before dark.” “The king ordered the construction of a moat to further secure the citadel.”