- n. Plural form of quillion.
“He tilted the thing in his hands so that it caught the light from Petro's windows, and touched a hesitant finger first to the tiny number etched into the metal just beneath the threads for the nut, then to the maker's mark that was cut into the steel below the quillions, where it would be visible.”
“The sheath looked as if it had once had metal fittings; there were gaping sockets in the pommel and at the ends of the quillions of the sword that had undoubtedly once held gemstones.”
“Instead she'd made it into invisible, swift-moving armor, catching every cut on the quillions.”
“The pommel was a silver-washed iron apple, and the quillions were double, set at right angles to each other.”
“And so I stood with my hands resting on the quillions of Terminus Est, and tumed this way and that, and adjusted the block so that my shadow would fall across it.”
“Vulcanite grips, quillions and elephant-head pommel of some white composition metal.”
“Staghorn handle, ornamented bronze quillions and shell guard.”
“Gilt bronze hilt and quillions, engraved blade bearing inscription in”
“And that's not counting the quillions The Lion King picked up in home video sales, where the real money is.”
“The visitors are all votaries of J.K. Rowling's seven Potter novels, which have sold more than 400 million copies worldwide, and the six movies the books have so far spawned, which have earned nearly $5.5 billion in theaters and quillions more on”
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