Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of kerl.

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Examples

  • They rode mutant two-legged beasts called kerls, created by Volrath as cavalry mounts.

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  • After the next pair of kerls clopped by, he sprinted for the tents.

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  • Cardamel knew he couldn't outrun the tireless kerls, so after topping a slight rise, he whirled and drew the short spear off his back.

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  • In the eerie half-darkness, the Rathi cavalry was circling small groups of Vec warriors, who popped up now and then to throw hatchets or stone-tipped spears at the kerls and riders.

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  • The plain around the burned Rathi camp had been trampled flat by men, elves, moggs, and kerls, but no other evidence of Eladamri's force remained.

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  • Some cavalry were caught in the beam, and the kerls pranced nervously when the light hit their weak eyes.

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  • The cavalry kerls were dumb beasts, bred for endurance and passivity, but they would not stand in the way of fire.

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