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juncture
used in Inheritance

3 uses
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Definition
where things come together — especially a point in time with a critical event
  • Instead of the sky and the sea meeting in a straight line—as they ought to and always had before—the juncture between them curved, like the edge of an unimaginably big circle.
    47 — A Crown of Ice and Snow (86% in)
  • At the juncture between the dragon's neck and back was a saddle much like Saphira's, and on the saddle sat a figure that looked to be Arya, her dark hair streaming from her head.
    74 — Firnen (12% in)
  • The buildings stood at the juncture where the Az Ragni poured into the Edda, more than doubling its size.
    78 — Leave-Taking (39% in)

There are no more uses of "juncture" in Inheritance.

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