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noun as in prison

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We invited another friend who started being our dungeon master.

From Vox

The puzzle dungeons have focus in ways the overworld puzzles do not.

With laborers divided and on the run, anyone who makes trouble is fired, and anyone who doesn’t have a job is labeled a vagrant, vulnerable to incarceration in an over-packed, underground prison that’s more like a medieval dungeon.

Over your campaign, you’ll explore dungeons, level up your characters, and go on missions.

Warframe has a little bit of everything—dungeons full of monsters and puzzles, big open worlds with quests and story, space combat, customizable spaceships and pets, and hundreds of hours of content.

From Time

Couple walked towards the opposite end of the dungeon, where she previously played with Destiny.

She began operating out of her home garage in 1980, slowly acquiring the many props and tools that would decorate her dungeon.

November 2013 saw the release of a second video game Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don't Know!

Because he has so many fond memories of the two-story dungeon.

Yet, to many who encountered him outside his dungeon, he seemed generally cheery.

In a dungeon of the corresponding tower, on this side of the castle, was the prison of Ripperda.

Being fully equipped, Ripperda looked around him on the walls of his dungeon.

In the midst of these meditations, the dungeon door opened, and Santa Cruz himself appeared on the threshold.

These inward joys peopled her solitude with society, and dispelled even from the dungeon its gloom.

The ruffians forced the gates, drove in the dungeon doors with cannon, and for five days and five nights continued the slaughter.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dungeon, such as: torture chamber, cell, oubliette, and vault.

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