Did you perhaps mean yarns?
- n. Plural form of tarn.
“And all the little pools on the mountain, the "tarns," as Becky and Tiza called them, filled up, and the rain made the mountain itself so wet that it was like one big bog all over.”
“Ignore a track off to the right on the western side of the 'tarns'.”
“Ever so slowly the murky light began to illuminate the horizon, marking out high altitude tarns and the last remaining vestiges of once mighty glaciers.”
“My only regret was that having traced the stunning Chogoria route down past tarns and dramatic vertical gorges from the perfect vantage point on the peak, I was heading down the quicker and less dramatic Naro Moru route.”
“So I repeat Bill's prayer for all these little tarns of the Rhinogydd – "Long may they remain, unexploited, tranquil and remote, for the spirit of man needs such retreats" – and descend to the estuary shores.”
“The early sun laid a pink glow over the snow, the mountains, the lochs and the tarns.”
“Three double tarns, fifteen tarns, eighteen silver tarsks, twenty-seven copper tarsks, and one hundred and five tarsk-bits, " said Lecchio.”
“It is only that two days ago, in the morning, " said Chino, -in Pseudopolis, a sum of three double tarns, fifteen tarns, eighteen silver tarsks, twenty-seven copper tarsks, and one hundred and five tarsk-bits was stolen from the vintner,”
“After some days of sport and recreation at the fair, we may then, if we wish, from the fairgrounds themselves, take tarns to Port Kar, an expensive proposition to be sure, but one which your resources will doubtless prove sufficient to fund.”
“This, of course, is not strictly true, not in a world where most goods can be carried on the back of a man, not in a world where there are tarns.”
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