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  • noun Plural form of grimoire.

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Examples

  • That I own one of the world's largest collections of occult references, including a clutch of rare and ancient grimoires, ought to suggest I'd have been prepared for the shock.

    Abomination at the Shilkie

  • Papers and notebooks, grimoires and files: they were just more puzzles.

    Vicious Grace

  • Papers and notebooks, grimoires and files: they were just more puzzles.

    Vicious Grace

  • But no Earthmaster would ever have defied Nature the way he had, in his pride and over-confidence, to warp and twist Nature herself with the most blasphemous spell in all of the grimoires of the medieval magicians of ancient France.

    red dust

  • She says she carries the 103,000 grimoires with her, that she has magical abilities, and evil magic users are after her.

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  • But it was questing after that echo of significance that filled my bookshelves with grimoires and Howard reprints, diverted my academic path from the career certainty of the hard sciences, to the nebulous future offered by Medieval History.

    Broadsword! Jethro Tull, Dungeons and Dragons, and the bits we missed...

  • You had dealt in the past with the collector Graydon Thule, and you knew that Thule had a particular passion for grimoires.

    The Whisperers

  • Disinfo ally Roy Christopher storms the reality studio with the grimoires you must read in Summer 2008.

    Roy Christopher: 2008 Summer Reading List | Disinformation

  • You had dealt in the past with the collector Graydon Thule, and you knew that Thule had a particular passion for grimoires.

    The Whisperers

  • Papers and notebooks, grimoires and files: they were just more puzzles.

    Vicious Grace

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