[ US /ˌvæɫˈkiˌɹiə/ ]
  1. (Norse mythology) one of the maidens of Odin who chose heroes to be slain in battle and conducted them to Valhalla
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How To Use Valkyrie In A Sentence

  • As a book about a nonoperational aircraft, Valkyrie will probably attract only a limited audience within the Air Force community.
  • Yaaaaaaa," Carla let rip with the cry of the Valkyries.
  • The new Wraith combat fighters and Valkyrie missile frigates proved to be an unwieldy combination against agile zerg airborne organisms.
  • He delivers a Ride Of The Valkyries in which he supplants bombast with an intelligent compliment to the story as it appears on stage.
  • As Valkyrie Two continued through the air, the sound of laser cannon discharge rang out.
  • Since the mid-1990s Terrifica has donned a golden mask, Valkyrie bra, blond wig, red boots and cape, to distract the men she tries to dissuade from seducing drunk young women.
  • Rosie Quantock hovers over all three of them like a benevolent Valkyrie. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • The Barcelona Wotan of Struckmann, with dark glasses and pigtail (sensibly tucked away for the aerial galop to the Valkyries' perch), looks hardly more divine than anyone on a well-earned break at the seaside.
  • This particular flavour of Ragnarok is only survived by Muire, one of the Valkryie analogues, the Serpent, the Wolf, and one of the outre steeds that the Valkyries/angels ride. Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: All the Windwracked Stars - Elizabeth Bear
  • VALKYRIE is produced by politico Singer, Christopher McQuarrie and specializer Adler. Planet Malaysia
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