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  • noun Plural form of Zamoran.

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Examples

  • However, he reasoned that his experience with the Zamorans and Cimmerians was limited, and he had seen many strange and inexplicable actions during his tour of duty in the city.

    Conan The Hunter

  • Twin broad stairs of black marble curved down from that second-floor balcony to a floor mosaicked in a map of the world, as Zamorans knew it, with each country marked by representations of the gems imported from it.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • Farouz would have placed them between their two enemies-at least two score of the Brythunians; half again so many Zamorans-without a thought save how many he could kill.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • The two Zamorans exchanged surprised looks, but Conan concentrated on the oncoming men.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • "It was hard enough with the Zamorans," the bony man laughed.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • To the core of him he was convinced the Zamorans would not rouse.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • Of those who lay still, more wore the mail shirts and spiked helms of Zamorans than wore turbans.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • If they came from the south, they must be Zamorans.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • If they came from the south, they must be Zamorans.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • "It was hard enough with the Zamorans," the bony man laughed.

    Conan The Magnificent

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