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cunning
used in The Crystal Shard

8 uses
  • Heafstaag was a cunning leader; he knew that at this late date the tribes were committed to following the initial plan, but Beorg wondered what terms his rival would impose.
    Book 1 — Ten-TOwns (24% in)
  • But Bruenor had cunningly cut the floor lower under the chest, fitting the box into the hole so perfectly that even a scrutinizing thief would swear that it sat on the floor.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (18% in)
  • The giant is cunning enough to keep troops out of sight!
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (35% in)
  • By the end of the first week, during those times he could control his volatile temper, he was already able to deflect many of Drizzt's cunning attacks.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (45% in)
  • Its name was Biggrin, a cunning and immensely strong giant whose upper lip had been torn away by the ripping maw of a huge wolf, leaving the grotesque caricature of a smile forever stamped upon its face.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (49% in)
  • They looked helplessly to their more cunning companion for a solution.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (57% in)
  • Eventually, he heard the baritone voices of giants, and shortly thereafter he saw the hastily constructed wooden doors that marked their lair, cunningly concealed behind some brush halfway up a rocky foothill.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (65% in)
  • He was flexible and cunning enough to realize that some foes could not be defeated with force alone.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (79% in)

There are no more uses of "cunning" in The Crystal Shard.

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