pendragon, pen-drag′on, n. a chief leader: an ancient British chief.
At the last Mrs. pendragon pleaded a headache, and could not go.
I said I had gone across to pendragon Park and shut the door in his face.
Could swear that he never knew the horse "pendragon" was stolen.
E got some work at a farm out at pendragon and 'e was just goin' there when I came along and made 'im come to Spain. '
"I hope I am a 'true' pendragon," he said, rather thoughtfully.
Indeed, Boulnois's cottage stood just outside the gates of pendragon Park.
"Certainly you won't be here long, or where pendragon is," said he.
In the meane time Vortimer died, whome Vter surnamed pendragon succeded.
She put up an inscription over the gate similar to the one which she inscribed at pendragon.