“If ambush I must, then ambush I will,” Aillas muttered to himself. “A fig for chivalry, at least until the war is won.”
ambush, then, muttered, himself, fig, chivalry, least, war, won
“It is no hardship whatever,” said Aillas. “You have never strained at the deed. Now the shoe is on the other foot, and suddenly you find the idea incredible. Do you not sense a taint of unreality?”
hardship, You, never, strained, deed, Now, shoe, other, foot
Aillas replied that while King Audry cited several points of technical interest, and used the resources of abstract logic in an adroit manner, he had actually made no connection with reality.
replied, while, King, cited, points, technical, interest, used, abstract
King Aillas talks softly and with great politeness; he has the uncomfortable skill of calling one a false-hearted blackguard, a liar, a cheat and a villain, but making it seem a fulsome compliment.
King, talks, softly, great, politeness, uncomfortable, skill, calling, one
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