The figure lifted his arms and a light flashed from the staff that he wielded.
The wish to wield it would be too great, for my strength.
Wielding it the Free Lords of the Free may surely defeat the Enemy.
A great king and sorcerer he was of old, and now he wields a deadly fear.
Sauron can put fire to his evil uses, as he can all things, but these Riders do not love it, and fear those who wield it.
Mayhap the Sword-that-was-Broken may still stem the tide — if the hand that wields it has inherited not an heirloom only, but the sinews of the Kings of Men.
The power of the ring had lengthened his years far beyond their span; but that power only the Great Rings wield.
Its strength, Boromir, is too great for anyone to wield at will, save only those who have already a great power of their own.
But all that has been wrought by those who wield the Three will turn to their undoing, and their minds and hearts will become revealed to Sauron, if he regains the One.
I am a servant of the Secret Fire, wielder of the flame of Anor.
Beside them Gimli stood with his stout legs apart, wielding his dwarf-axe.
His broad flat face was swart, his eyes were like coals, and his tongue was red; he wielded a great spear.
Rich are the hours, though short they seem, in Caras Galadhon, where Galadriel wields the Elven-ring.
’ "Saruman," I said, standing away from him, "only one hand at a time can wield the One, and you know that well, so do not trouble to say we! But I would not give it, nay, I would not give even news of it to you, now that I learn your mind.
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