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- Eagle in eyrie, ox in pasture, Hart horn-crowned; hawk is swiftest Swan the whitest, serpent coldest... Hoom, hm; hoom. hm. how did it go?3.4 -- Book 3 Chapter 4 -- Treebeard (14% in)
- 'If we speak of poisoned tongues what shall we say of yours, young serpent?' said Saruman, and the flash of his anger was now plain to see.3.10 -- Book 3 Chapter 10 -- The Voice of Saruman (36% in)
- On he came, straight towards the watchers, and then swerved aside in the nick of time, passing only a few yards away, rocking the ground beneath their feet: his great legs like trees, enormous sail-like ears spread out, long snout upraised like a huge serpent about to strike. his small red eyes raging.4.4 -- Book 4 Chapter 4 -- Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit (96% in)
There are no more uses of "serpent" in The Two Towers.
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