Examples of goblin in a Sentence
dressed up the toddlers like goblins for Halloween
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MagiQuest players play by purchasing a wand that will store all of their quests, which include the slaying dragons and goblins in different realms.
Robert Scheer/IndyStar Gen Con is no stranger to the color green: dragons' scales, witches' brews and goblins' faces plaster the hundreds of games at the annual event.
Its members liked to call themselves kleagles, goblins and other names of darkling potency, to meet in solemn 'konklaves,' burn a fiery cross upon a distant hill and, perchance, frighten a Negro child outnumbered 100 to 1.
Conor Lamb fended off Pelosi goblins in Pennsylvania’s Congressional special election last week by vowing not to vote for the Minority Leader as Speaker.
But, generally, the franchise doesn't suddenly do a 180 and turn transporters into time travel devices or make replicators capable of churning out sentient goblin armies.
When Red jumps off his roof and wages battle with an ax-wielding goblin next to a burning car in the driveway.
Labyrinth As Jareth, the baby-snatching goblin king, Bowie shares the screen with Muppets and a teenaged Jennifer Connelly, but there’s no taking your eyes off of him and his over-the-top costumes.
This thing sounds like a goblin, all mechanical grumble and spitting overrun.
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GOBLIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goblin for English Language Learners
in stories : an ugly and sometimes evil creature that likes to cause trouble
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