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deflect
used in Throne of Glass

9 uses
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Definition
turn aside from a fixed direction or line of interest
  • Her arms ached as they were shaken from their slumber, but she continued to deflect and parry.
    p. 82.6
  • Caught off-guard, he only had time to deflect, his parry lost in his size.
    p. 82.9
  • He tried to catch her unawares with a blow to the face, but her anger awoke as her elbow snapped up and deflected, slamming into his fist and forcing it down.
    p. 83.3
  • "Hmm?" she grunted, lunging to deflect his newest attack.
    p. 83.4
  • Dorian swung his sword, grunting as Chaol easily deflected the blow and parried.
    p. 196.1
  • Chaol deflected, feigned, then thrust so hard that Dorian stepped back.
    p. 196.4
  • "Fine, that was a cheap shot," he admitted, bringing his sword up to deflect another blow.
    p. 197.1
  • She could only bound back, deflecting the blow with the iron tip of the staff.
    p. 354.2
  • But he deflected, and though she spun and tried to knock him in his stomach, he blocked her again.
    p. 354.9

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