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  • n. Plural form of sennight.

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Examples

  • He'd spent a sennight here, and if he spent a dozen sennights, if he read every book in the Great Library cover to cover, he knew he wouldn't find anything different.

    Tran Siberian

  • But even though the first frosts were still sennights away, the days were already perceptibly shorter, and work kept both the young Wildmages occupied from dawn till several hours after dusk.

    Tran Siberian

  • He wasn't completely sure of what it was, but for the first time in many sennights, he was reminded again of the vow he'd sworn to Shalkan.

    Tran Siberian

  • Summer had come and gone, and in the past dozen sennights, Kellen had settled fully into the life of a forester of the Wildlands.

    Tran Siberian

  • The cost to us all will be no worse than if we'd all worked nonstop for a few sennights, but compressed into an hour or so.

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  • After spending so many sennights in supple buckskin, wool and homespun were scratchy and harsh against his skin, and the new clothes itched.

    Tran Siberian

  • Only faint bruises remained, and a few dull silvery marks, as if the injury were sennights, even moonturns, in the past.

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  • IDALIA made much of her payment for the supplies that would see the two of them through the winter in the form of spells to keep damaging weather away from the fields for these last crucial sennights.

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  • The news his agents had brought him over the last sennights had not been good.

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  • Harvest was still a few sennights away, and the orchards and fields were filled with ripening crops and the villagers who were tending to them.

    Tran Siberian

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