Examples of goblin in a Sentence
dressed up the toddlers like goblins for Halloween
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One cliché of epic fantasy is that any connection, let alone intermarriage, between orcs and goblins on one side and human beings on the other is utterly unthinkable.
Renaissance Faire Elves, fairies, orcs, goblins, animal-kin and dwarves populate the Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire, which continues June 30 and July 1 and July 7 and 8 at Warsaw Park, 119 Pulaski Highway, Ansonia.
Gringott’s Bank was featured in the very first Harry Potter movie, when Hagrid picks up the young Harry and comes here to meet with the goblins.
Then, load up your goblins and get ready to get the shivers!
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.
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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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