dungeons

[ duhn-juh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dungeons

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Here in these dungeons children were born, only for the most part to die.

The army lived in huts, which, as Lafayette exclaimed, "were no gayer than dungeons."

But there were no loopholes for musketry, nor vaults and dungeons.

It's like feeding a mouse when you're a prisoner in dungeons.

He ought, strictly, to have been placed in the dungeons of the Inquisition.

I will not describe our walk among the dungeons, the cloisters, the halls and the chapel.

And now, will you shut me up in your dungeons to pay me for my kindness?

Did he not rescue twenty of us from the dungeons of Sir Turquine?

And in his dungeons are many poor knights, and my dear father, Sir Darrel.

He was brought past a row of dungeons under the Arena, and locked into a cell.