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  • adj. Having a lair.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of lair.; mired.


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  • The jaguar is not far distant, "laired" in the secret depths of the impenetrable jungle.

    The Rifle Rangers

  • About the feet of the colossi I could make out the creeping forms of beasts that laired in the once proud works of men.

    Chapter 12

  • Where, now, are the crumbling rock - cliffs of old Egypt where once I laired me like a wild beast while I dreamed of the City of God?

    Chapter 12

  • But they were artists, with eyes therefore unlike the next batteries of human eyes Ida Barton was compelled to run, and that laired on the Outrigger lanais


  • He put his nose into the opening where the wild-dog laired, and sniffed.


  • For two days he had laired and rested, sleeping much, in the wildest and most inaccessible precincts of the Kennan Ranch.


  • Nob Hill arose, like any medieval castle, from the mess and ruck of common life that denned and laired at its base.


  • When it's discovered that these raiders are in fact laired on the moon, by order of his king our princeling protagonist joins forces with a wizard to lead an enchanted hot air balloon expedition to the moon to strike back at these raiders.

    February 15th, 2010

  • And there had even been an earlier sign, at Falconsbane's battle and subsequent escape from the ruins where the gryphons laired.

    Widows and Orphans

  • The second floor was something of a disappointment, and yet it did tell her that this was, indeed, where Jason Cameron laired.

    red dust


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