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Use "gnomes" in a sentence
"Since the opinion of lawn gnomes is known to be worthless, you hereby lose whatever it was you were arguing about. conservative guy says:"
"In mediæval literature, these earth-spirits are often called gnomes, while the water-spirits are spoken of as ûndinés, the air-spirits as sylphs, and the ether-spirits as salamanders."
"So instead of putting in gnomes (a race that honestly isn’t played that much since many people couldn’t get their Tolkien-shaped brains around them), they made a natural split in the elves in the PHB; magic elves and wood elves."