Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of packman.

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Examples

  • I have heard the packmen speak in wonder of the Khlenni cathedrals, with their amazing stained-glass windows and broad halls.

    Mistborn

  • The other packmen look to him for leadership, though I don't think he has complete control over them.

    Mistborn

  • "In the text, the Terris packmen make themselves weaker during the evening, storing up strength in their bracelets for use on the next day."

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  • We picked up a group of Terris packmen to guide us through the difficult mountain passages.

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  • The leader of the packmen is named Rashek, and he is rather taciturn.

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  • He is young to receive so much respect from the other packmen.

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  • No one remembers why the Lord Ruler persecutes the Terris people, but I suspect that it has something to do with those packmen — their leader, Rashek, appears to be a very contrary man.

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  • We should probably hire some Terris packmen to carry our gear.

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  • She watched the packmen for a moment, sensing something ... odd.

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  • "I just read the part where the Lord Ruler gets some Terris packmen," Vin said carefully.

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