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.