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  • n. One who tangles.


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tangle +‎ -er


  • The tangler was a fearsome opponent, but the combined force of men, women, and magic was too much for it, and it was destroyed.

    Xone of Contention

  • The cactus gave a little keen of apprehension, much as the tangler had when Crunch the ogre growled at it.

    Falcon Street

  • Dor stepped nervously into the circle normally commanded by the tangler.

    Falcon Street

  • The tangler gave a vegetable keen of fear and whipped its tentacles away.

    Falcon Street

  • But the carpet plunged directly below the tentacles, zooming right past the bared and scowling trunk of the tangler and into the ground at its base.

    Falcon Street

  • "That tangler should be almost full-grown now," Irene said.

    Labor Policy

  • "Grundy took a sprouted tangler seed to Amolde," Dor explahied.

    Labor Policy

  • I believe so, together with the Spoolie Queen and the Rat-tangler.

    Crepuscular? | clusterflock

  • As often as not, we took Dia with us, for while Kara was old enough to help her mother with the simpler sewing, Dia was still a thread-tangler.

    Renegade's Magic

  • I'd like you to ask him how he gets such hot chicks when he is such an idea-stealing code-tangler.

    Last minute suggestions?


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