November 2013 saw the release of a second video game Adventure Time: Explore the dungeon Because I Don't Know!
Over the course of her 24 years in the dungeon, Elisabeth bore seven children.
If I'd been a bit more persistent perhaps we'd have found out about the dungeon earlier.
They had a TV and videocassettes but the dungeon had no heat or hot water.
Yet, to many who encountered him outside his dungeon, he seemed generally cheery.
A jangle as of dungeon chains clanked heavily from each fresh revolution of its progress.
If she's in a dungeon cell, how are you going to get her out?
He was imprisoned on account of his enthusiastic and chivalrous loyalty; but no dungeon could subdue his buoyant spirit.
I don't mind so much about my head, but don't put me in a dungeon.
His head snapped back against the dungeon wall and memory and desire and lust and life oozed out through his smashed skull.
c.1300, "great tower of a castle," from Old French donjon "great tower of a castle" (12c.), from Gallo-Romance *dominionem, from Late Latin dominium, from Latin dominus "master" (of the castle; see domain). Sense of "castle keep" led to "strong (underground) cell" in English early 14c. The original sense went with the variant donjon.
different from the ordinary prison in being more severe as a place of punishment. Like the Roman inner prison (Acts 16:24), it consisted of a deep cell or cistern (Jer. 38:6). To be shut up in, a punishment common in Egypt (Gen. 39:20; 40:3; 41:10; 42:19). It is not mentioned, however, in the law of Moses as a mode of punishment. Under the later kings imprisonment was frequently used as a punishment (2 Chron. 16:10; Jer. 20:2; 32:2; 33:1; 37:15), and it was customary after the Exile (Matt. 11:2; Luke 3:20; Acts 5:18, 21; Matt. 18:30).