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I just hope there's another Arnold where I go next
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eldritch

eldritch [EL-drich]
adjective

definition
suggesting the operation of supernatural influences

etymology
Middle English from earlier elrich, equiv. to Old English el- ("foreign, strange, uncanny") + rīċe ("realm, kingdom")

usage
Merlin wanted nothing to do with the cave from which decidedly eldritch screams were emitting, but Arthur was already charging inside, so of course Merlin followed.
Tags: adjective, e, wordsmith: cecilegrey
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