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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of arc.

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  • adj. forming or resembling an arch

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Examples

  • The acintic glare of electricity arced from the floor.

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  •     His sword arced high and then cleaved its way into the iron - reinforced wood, cutting through latches.

    Odyssey

  • Her sword arced out and cut down the wolf that thought her helpless.

    Odyssey

  • His sword arced high and then cleaved its way into the iron - reinforced wood, cutting through latches.

    Odyssey

  •     The stone sword arced through the air and bit deeply into the colossus's side.

    The Brothers' War

  • The stone sword arced through the air and bit deeply into the colossus's side.

    The Brothers' War

  • The elf barely stepped aside as the sword arced down, whistling through the still air.

    The Day of the Tempest

  • The sword arced at eye level past the boy in the doorway, who didn't even blink.

    The Reign of Istar

  • The Firvulag warrior's limbs flew out in spasm and his obsidian sword arced away.

    The Golden Torc

  • A sword arced down, coming diagonally for the side of Aydrian’s neck.

    Ascendance

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