Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of orc.

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Examples

  • Just before the end battle, we performed a ritual to curse the orcs from the Orkheer Lager.

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  • Setting: Maerquin is set in the Barony of Marsilac, a small country that seems to be constantly at war with orcs from the mountains, half-elves from the woods and necromancers from the neighbouring country in the west.

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  • Never mind read­ing, writ­ing, and teach­ing, which I plan to do for the rest of my life: killing orcs is morefun.

    Citizens of EverQuest « Snarkmarket

  • Times gleefully noted that rivals call the firm's traders "orcs" - which made the firm a target of mockery by everyone from

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  • Since the orcs are already down 5 men, their stats are now

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  • I love the idea of orcs being structured like social insects.

    The Science of Middle Earth, by Henry Gee. Book review

  • While some fantasy purists may object, the whole premise is that the orcs are the protagonists here.

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  • I'm glad you've seen the lord of the rings but until you know about how the creatures called orcs came into existence you're just wasting people's time.

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  • Jaina, and when they arrived Daelin Proudmoore told his daughter in no uncertain terms that the orcs were a menace that needed to be exterminated.

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  • In short, they will attack with the very ad hominem arguments they accuse us of, impugning the source of the criticisms, not the substance, calling us "orcs" and "trolls".

    A Sodomite's Sermon

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