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rampart
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The Two Towers
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  • The rampart loomed suddenly before them, a high shadow beyond a dark pit.
  • It looked like a great rampart or sea-wall whose foundations had shifted, so that its courses were all twisted and disordered, leaving great fissures and long slanting edges that were in places almost as wide as stairs.
  • Far off a horn blew on the ramparts of the Morannon.
  • Across the mouth of the pass, from cliff to cliff, the Dark Lord had built a rampart of stone.
  • ’Not far ahead now lies Helm’s Dike, an ancient trench and rampart scored across the coomb, two furlongs below Helm’s Gate.

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  • they stormed the ramparts of the city
  • The invaders were unable to penetrate the outer ramparts.

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