Dungeon

My word!  Dungeon means both the top of the tower and the underground holding cell.

  • 01.073 To dungeons deep and caverns old
  • 01.077 To dungeons deep and caverns old
  • 01.082 To dungeons deep and caverns dim
  • 01.132 in the dungeons of the Necromancer.’
  • 01.144 To dungeons deep and caverns old
  • 08.133 It was also the dungeon of his prisoners.
  • 08.145 There in the king’s dungeon poor Thorin lay;
  • 09.030 they came to Thorin’s dungeon,
  • 09.069 They had escaped the dungeons of the king

“dungeon, n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, June 2015. Web. 27 July 2015.

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