Word "CASTLE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a large and stately mansion
Synonyms:
palace

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(chess) the piece that can move any number of unoccupied squares in a direction parallel to the sides of the chessboard
Synonyms:
rook

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
interchanging the positions of the king and a rook
Synonyms:
castling

Crossword Clues for CASTLE

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Left in order to find stronghold The Times Cryptic 22 Jun 2022
Chess piece and fortified building Irish Times Simplex 08 Jun 2022
Keep man on board The Times Cryptic 28 Mar 2022
Fairy tale setting Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2022
See 1 The Guardian Cryptic 28 Jan 2022
Windsor, famously Family Time 10 Jan 2022
Labour leader welcomed by social class in eg Leeds The Times Cryptic 16 Dec 2021
Himeji structure with moats Universal 23 Nov 2021
Social 20 across accepting large, grand residence The Guardian Cryptic 04 Oct 2021
Rook Eugene Sheffer 07 Jul 2021
Setting for many a Super Mario Bros. level New York Times 27 Jun 2021
Man from Lima in class The Sun Two Speed 12 Jun 2021
Chess piece and fortified building Irish Times Simplex 03 May 2021
Fairy tale residence Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2021
Rook's shape Thomas Joseph 24 Mar 2021
Where to live like a king Universal 03 Mar 2021
Keep Sam away from classmate Irish Times Crosaire 11 Feb 2021
Citadel made by Celt as designed The Sun Two Speed 07 Jan 2021
Chess piece The Sun Two Speed 07 Jan 2021
Large building left in order The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Aug 2020
Keep Labour's leader constrained by social class The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Jul 2020
Celt working outside a southern citadel The Sun Two Speed 28 Jun 2020
Fortress The Telegraph Quick 28 May 2020
Knight spot? Wall Street Journal 02 May 2020
Windsor, for one Universal 10 Apr 2020
Move to protect a king The Washington Post 15 Mar 2020
Move to protect a king LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2020
Model on the radio welcoming line in The Palace Irish Times Crosaire 29 Feb 2020
Rook Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2020
Fairy tale king's palace Newsday 27 Aug 2019
Lost in class in the big house perhaps Irish Times Crosaire 15 Aug 2019
Chateau The Telegraph Quick 28 Jul 2019
Move Englishman's home The Sun Two Speed 12 May 2019
Fortress The Sun Two Speed 12 May 2019
House of the lord? The Washington Post Sunday 21 Apr 2019
Rook, to inexperienced players
A Celt's building in Dungannon owned by Hugh O'Neill Irish Times Crosaire 16 Oct 2018
Fortified royal residence Newsday 11 Sep 2018
Structure protected by a moat The Washington Post 10 Sep 2018
Structure protected by a moat LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2018
Keep short soldier back in case Irish Times Crosaire 06 Sep 2018
Fortress; rook The Times Concise 28 Aug 2018
Man given role starts to look exasperated The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Aug 2018
Royal palace Newsday 07 Aug 2018
King's home Premier Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Fort The Telegraph Quick 05 Aug 2018
Fortified building The Times Concise 07 Jun 2018
Man left in class in India The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Mar 2018
Structure protected by a moat
Knight 'hood? New York Times 21 Dec 2017
One of 600+ Welsh attractions Newsday 18 Nov 2017
Once-per-player chess move The Washington Post 24 Aug 2017
Once-per-player chess move LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2017
Move to protect the king, say New York Times 23 Jul 2017
Fortified building The Telegraph Quick 14 Jul 2017
Keep house? Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2017
Monarch's home Newsday 07 Jun 2017
Move two pieces at once, in chess USA Today 06 May 2017
Chess piece The Times Concise 03 May 2017
Man initially cornered in big building The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Feb 2017
Knight 'hood?
Move two pieces at once, in chess
Once-per-player chess move
Move to protect the king, say
Palace relative Universal 17 Dec 2016
Large building; rook The Times Concise 22 Aug 2016
Rook's representation Jonesin 02 Aug 2016
Keep players from mid-Wales and Spain Irish Times Crosaire 28 Jun 2016
Residence fit for a king Wall Street Journal 27 Jun 2016
Rook in ancient building? The Telegraph Cryptic 13 May 2016
Fairy tale setting Wall Street Journal 04 May 2016
Keep setting Thomas Joseph 20 Apr 2016
Fifty visiting class mansion, imposing The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Apr 2016
Home for an old king Universal 21 Feb 2016
Queen venue
Chess piece or Yukon mountain Canadiana 30 Nov 2015
Blarney, for one The Washington Post 16 Nov 2015
Man left in class The Times Cryptic 24 Sep 2015
Fortified stronghold The Times Concise 24 Aug 2015
Blarney, for one
Royal palace
Jimi Hendrix might make one out of "Sand"
Rich stars might have a moat around one
Rook
Keep house?
Fairy-tale locale
Balmoral attraction
King's place
Queen's quarters
Queen's quarters
Really big house
Corner piece
Common aquarium feature
Balmoral attraction
Stronghold of old
Chess move
Elsinore or Balmoral, e.g.
Way to relocate a king
Royal residence
Vernon or Irene of ballroom fame
Way to relocate a king
Knight's neighbor
Common miniature golf course feature
Home for a king
Fairy-tale home
Setting for many a fairy tale
Chess move you can only make once
Chess move you can only make once
Chess verb
Balmoral, e.g.
"Harold & Kumar Go to White ___"
See 90-Across
Structure with towers and parapets
Windsor, notably
Structure with towers and parapets
Kafka novel, with "The"
Fortified stronghold
Dracula's home
It may be made of sand
Chess piece
Rook
It may be made of sand
Fairy tale setting
Only chess move in which two pieces move on the same turn
Balmoral, for one
Place to stay for the knight?
Fairy tale dwelling
Windsor, for example
Regal digs
Regal digs
Keep place
Chess move
Move for Deep Blue
King's stronghold
Rook
Noble abode
Rook
Beach construction
Noble abode
Fortified building
Royal home
King's residence
Corner man
Make a chess move
Blarney, for one
Rook
Fairy tale locale
Royal home
Edinburgh attraction
Windsor, for one
Dungeons & Dragons locale
Palatial residence
Royal residents
Chess maneuver
Where to find a donjon
Haunted place at times
Windsor, e.g.
Arthur's retreat
Rook
A man's home, proverbially
Fastness
Sandbox edifice
Warwick, for one
Chess piece
Make a certain chess move
Scott's "___ Dangerous"
She introduced the one-step
Macbeth's place
Moat's protégé, in a way
" . . . house is his ___"
Windsor or Vernon
Man's home
Stronghold
Next to the knight
Vernon or Irene.
Chess piece.
Royal fortress.
Name in dancing.
Man's home.
Chess move
Stronghold.
Grace Kelly's new home.
Balmoral.
Windsor, for instance.
Windsor home of Britain's royal family.
Irene, of bobbed hair fame.
"Have fun storming the ___!" ("The Princess Bride")
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