A Clash Of Kings Vocabulary List

aeron

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His father's father was Daeron Targaryen, the Second of His Name, who brought Dorne into the realm.

balon

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"Ser Balon Swann, of Stonehelm in the Red Watch," came the herald's cry.

bardings

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Bran Dancer was draped in bardings of snowy white wool emblazoned with the grey direwolf of House Stark, while Bran wore grey breeches and white doublet, his sleeves and collar trimmed with vair.

beastling

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Beastling.

beastlings

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Old Nan told scary stories of beastlings and shapechangers sometimes.

beddable

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"You might point out to His Grace that the Tyrells are much wealthier than the Starks, and that Margaery is said to be lovely... and beddable besides."

bedwarmer

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Half the lords at court keep bedwarmers."

boarspear

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"You need a boarspear to hunt boars, and horses and dogs, and men to flush the boar from its lair."

bowless

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An archer, bowless, thrust at him with an arrow, holding it as if it were a knife.

chamfron

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His charger wore a blanket of enameled crimson scales and gilded crinet and chamfron, while Lord Tywin himself sported a thick ermine cloak.

clong

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With his every lurching step, the bells rang, each with a different voice, clang-a-dang bong-dong ring-a-ling clong clong clong.

colen

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"My lady," he called, "I am Ser Colen of Greenpools, as it please you.

crinet

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His charger wore a blanket of enameled crimson scales and gilded crinet and chamfron, while Lord Tywin himself sported a thick ermine cloak.

dobber

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Dobber stepped naked out of the bathhouse with his clothes in a bundle, saw what was happening, and dropped everything but his dagger.

dragonkind

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"Shall we teach you the secret speech of dragonkind?

faintheart

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He is an oathbreaker, yes... but he has eyes to see, and no man has ever dared to name him faintheart."

forel

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Calm as still water, she told herself, the way Syrio Forel had taught her.

frogeater

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Bran heard Little Walder mutter, "Frogeaters," to Big Walder beside him.

greensick

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"The boy's greensick on beer, that's all it is."

hiltless

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Jon picked up a dagger blade, featherlight and shiny black, hiltless.

hobber

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"Ser Hobber of House Redwyne, of the Arbor," the herald sang.

hoster

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Hoster Tully, Lord of Riverrun, lay abed in his solar, with its commanding view to the east where the rivers Tumblestone and Red Fork met beyond the walls of his castle.

japery

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"You did well," she told her son in the gallery that led from the rear of the hall, "though that business with the wolf was japery more befitting a boy than a king."

lackwit

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Ser Boros was short-tempered, Ser Meryn cold, and Ser Mandon's strange dead eyes made her uneasy, while Ser Preston treated her like a lackwit child.

merchanter

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The Myraham was a fat-bellied southron merchanter up from Oldtown, carrying wine and cloth and seed to trade for iron ore.

merling

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Off Merling Rock two days before, they had sighted a half-dozen fishing skiffs.

pyromancer

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The damp stone walls were splotchy with nitre, and the only light came from the sealed iron-and-glass oil lamp that Hallyne the Pyromancer carried so gingerly.

quintains

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This morning they would be tilting at quintains in the yard.

rattish

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They had rattish pointed faces and tiny pink hands, like the servitor who had brought her the glass of shade.

redbeard

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"Raymun Redbeard led them south in the time of my grandfather's grandfather, and before him there was a king named Bael the Bard."

rousts

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Ser rousts the brewer and tells him to keep our horns full till the waters fall, and you should see the man's pig eyes shine at the sight o' silver.

scraggle

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Thoren Smallwood, a sinewy ranger with a weak chin and a weaker mouth hidden under a thin scraggle of beard, gave Jon and Sam a cool look.

seaflower

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The boy's toys included the ponderous Godsgrace, he saw, the old slow Prince Aemon, the Lady of Silk and her sister Lady's Shame, Wildwind, Kingslander, White Hart, Lance, Seaflower.

sheepstealer

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Ulf the Ill. Harrag Sheepstealer.

shieldless

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Shieldless, the blue knight was getting much the worse of it.

skyte

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Where's your brother, Skyte?"

snarks

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You give that black brother the men he seeks, rid the city of some hungry mouths, yet make it all seem mockery so none may say that the dwarf fears snarks and grumkins.

sneery

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She saw a gold lion on a red banner and thought of Joffrey, wishing he was here so she could drive Needle through his sneery face.

snoutish

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He stood no higher than her knee, his faced pinched and pointed, snoutish, but he was dressed in delicate livery of purple and blue, and his tiny pink hands held a silver tray.

spiceless

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The feast was a meager enough thing, a succession of fish stews, black bread, and spiceless goat.

stonehead

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"Lord Meadows is not as stonehead stubborn as I was."

understeward

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Weese was understeward for the Wailing Tower, a squat man with a fleshy carbuncle of a nose and a nest of angry red boils near one corner of his plump lips.

unsays

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A man will not sleep until a girl unsays a certain name.

visorless

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Mikken had given him a rusty old visorless helm from the armory, but Bran seldom troubled to wear it.

wenched

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Some were boys he'd drunk with, diced with, even wenched with, but that would not save him if he fell into their hands.

westerling

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"At last word he was marching toward the Crag, the seat of House Westerling," said Maester Vyman.

whitebeard

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I am called Arstan, though Belwas named me Whitebeard on the voyage here."

whyever

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"Whyever not?

windburnt

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The Blackfish was a tall, lean man, grey of hair and precise in his movements, his clean-shaven face lined and windburnt.

yattering

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"Heard some yattering in the kitchen today about you and them Freys."