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  • n. Plural form of prowler.


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  • "The prowlers are the rulers of Ragnarok," Prentiss said.

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  • In the level that introduces the anti-infantry vehicles called prowlers, these units must navigate through tight roadways, a task they are clearly incapable of performing.

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  • That message wasn't aimed purely at the prowlers of executive suites.

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  • He regretted that he had not waited the night before until the prowlers had entered.

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  • I was on the committee of defence, though for the first day no prowlers came near.

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  • He told me he had been cruelly beaten by prowlers, and that his brother had been killed the previous night, in the defence of their dwelling.

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  • So it was that the pace of the slowest was the pace of all, for we dared not separate on account of the prowlers.

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  • The prowlers, too, seemed to have got over their insensate desire to burn, and it was more rarely that we saw houses freshly on fire.

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  • He said they were killing the robbers and looters on sight, and that they had thus banded together as the only means by which to escape the prowlers.

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  • And here, too, the prowlers were still at their work.

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