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Definitiona military tactic in which a fortified place is surrounded and isolated while it is attacked over time
any prolonged attack, effort, or period of trouble
- We bring little provision, for we rode forth to open battle, not to a siege.3.7 -- Book 3 Chapter 7 -- Helm's Deep (32% in)
- There's no grief in that; but think-there's someone loose hereabouts as is more dangerous than any other damned rebel that ever walked since the bad old times, since the Great Siege.4.10 -- Book 4 Chapter 10 -- The Choices of Master Samwise (80% in)
There are no more uses of "siege" in The Two Towers.
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