A Storm Of Swords Vocabulary List

aeron

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There were three sorts of Dornishmen, the first King Daeron had observed.

balon

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Ser Balon Swann held the door of Maegor's for them to pass.

beastling

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"Pull in your claws, beastling."

bodger

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Jon was coming to know them despite himself: gaunt, quiet Errok and gregarious Grigg the Goat, the boys Quort and Bodger, Hempen Dan the ropemaker.

breakwind

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I promptly named him Baelor Breakwind, and after that Elia couldn't look at him without laughing.

chamfron

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You can trick out a milk cow in crupper, crinet, and chamfron, and bard her all in silk, but that doesn't mean you can ride her into battle."

crinet

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You can trick out a milk cow in crupper, crinet, and chamfron, and bard her all in silk, but that doesn't mean you can ride her into battle."

downcut

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Her sword leapt up to block a downcut that would have opened her from shoulder to groin, and then she cut at him, again and again, fighting her way back to her feet stroke by stroke.

ensorceled

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They said Stannis was ensorceled, that Melisandre had turned him away from the Seven to bow before some demon out of shadow, and... worst sin of all... that she and her god had failed him.

florent

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If truth be told, even our claim to Highgarden is a bit dodgy, just as those dreadful Florents are always whining.

footweary

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Only the return of Ser Robin Ryger and his men, footweary and drenched to the bone, served to lighten her spirits.

forel

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Fear cuts deeper than swords, she whispered under her breath, the words that Syrio Forel had taught her, and Jaqen's words too, valar morghulis.

frogeater

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Meera was a frogeater from the Neck, so Bran couldn't really blame her for catching so many frogs, he supposed, but even so... "I wanted to eat the deer."

garrons

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The mules and garrons was so heavy laden you'd think their backs would break.

glimmery

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The brick pyramids were all glimmery with light.

greensick

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So Willas struck first, though not before threatening me with Garlan the Greensick, Garlan the Galling, and Garlan the Gargoyle."

hoster

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I was too bloody long in Hoster Tully's dungeon.

japed

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"You'd think my word as a Lannister was not good enough," he'd japed as they bound him.

krakens

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"In the Seven Kingdoms, there are tales of dragons who grew so huge that they could pluck giant krakens from the seas."

lackwit

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Davos was reminded of Patchface, Princess Shireen's lackwit fool.

leechman

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Chett the leechman's son, a lord with a keep.

lemonwood

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Of, of Lemonwood."

magisters

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Dany had seen Unsullied guards in the Free Cities, posted at the gates of magisters, archons, and dynasts.

merchanter

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Lord Jason has brought us the captain of the Myraham, a merchanter out of Oldtown.

merling

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Sailors called them spears of the merling king, and knew that for every one that broke the surface, a dozen lurked treacherously just below it.

muttonhead

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You want to be hunted, you great muttonhead?"

muttonheaded

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Lord Tytos was a gentler sort of lion, however, so Lady Tarbeck won a few more years for her muttonheaded lord, and Stafford wed and bred and blundered on till Oxcross.

nearabouts

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"A dead man's note, good for nine thousand dragons or nearabouts."

outsing

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I can outdrink, outfight, and outsing him, and my member's thrice the size o' his, but Mance has cunning.

perishingly

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He is making this much harder, thought Davos wearily, and it was perishingly hard to begin with.

pighead

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If she hadn't been so pigheaded, I'd still have a hand.

porkling

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We'd have had the same alliance at half the price if your little porkling put down her spoon from time to time."

pricklier

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A dozen others sat closer to Joffrey, which a pricklier man might have taken for a slight, given that he had been the King's Hand only a short time past.

pyromancer

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Lords Tyrell, Rowan, Redwyne, and Tarly fought nobly as well, and I'm told it was your sister Cersei who set the pyromancers to making the wildfire that destroyed the Baratheon fleet."

redbeard

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"Raymun Redbeard, Bael the Bard, Gendel and Gorne, the Horned Lord, they all came south to conquer, but I've come with my tail between my legs to hide behind your Wall."

redyed

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Daario had plundered himself a whole new wardrobe in Meereen, and to match it he had redyed his trident beard and curly hair a deep rich purple.

ringwall

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They'll have snarling hounds and panicked horses all over the Fist, running through fires, jumping the ringwall, and trampling down tents.

rolley

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Rolley of Sisterton had fallen from the loft and broken his neck after climbing the ladder to have a taste of Craster's wives.

sarra

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If his brothers were to catch them in such disarray, many of them would pay for that freedom with their life's blood.

snarks

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He had not seen any snarks or grumpkins, but for all he knew Tormund would be having some to supper.

southrons

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Craster always told us you southrons had seven."

spiderwebbed

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The king's close-cropped beard was spiderwebbed with grey hairs, and he had dropped two stone or more of weight.

todder

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His real name is Todder, but he looks like a toad, so we call him that.

unchivalrously

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"Oh, yes, woman, this was most unchivalrously done...

undrowned

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But there was neither courtesy nor warmth in his tone as he said, "Ser Davos, and undrowned.

westerling

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"Mother," he said, "may I present the Lady Sybell, the wife of Lord Gawen Westerling of the Crag."

whitebeard

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His name was Arstan, but Strong Belwas had named him Whitebeard for his pale whiskers, and most everyone called him that now.

wildling

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Besides, the wildlings could be upon them any day now.

windburnt

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She studied the old man's lined windburnt face, hook nose, white hair, and huge knuckly hands.

wolfling

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The skinchanger was grey-faced, round-shouldered, and bald, a mouse of a man with a wolfling's eyes.