The sheath into which the blade of a sword is carried.
A thick woven fabric with a pattern visible on both sides.
Keenly curious; interrogatively; characterized by questioning that expands upon each answer.
Grotesquely deformed; a physical malformation.
An ornate goblet; a grail, though not necessarily holy.
Tattered and shopworn; scruffy, frayed and in generally bad shape, usually but exclusively applied to clothing.
Defensive armor which originally covered protected just the neck and shoulders, but eventually came to resemble an entire suit of armor.
A stamped seal of identification.
To trot or gallop at a slow pace.
Surly and morose with more than a hint of latent potential for belligerance.
An entreaty; to implore as if begging, but without the associated level of subservience.
In a peculiar or eccentric manner.
A even-tempered horse often provided for the exclusive use of women before the Industrial Revolution.
A group of traveling performers.
Believable and creditable; logically persuasive.
Glum, melancholy and down in the dumps.
An alternative entrance located to the side or in the back.
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