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  • n. Plural form of great hall.


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  • There was a great stamping of boots in the hallway, a loud shuffling of stockinged feet on the creaky old manor floors, a great clinking of mugs of hot cider in the kitchen, oohs and ahhs at the house’s great halls and staircases, at the disco ball, and at the cookies May and her mom had made: raspberry-chocolate, violet-mint, peanut butter-banana—all recipes May had created.

    May Bird, Warrior Princess


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