skikkelse

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Danish[edit]

Noun[edit]

skikkelse c (singular definite skikkelsen, plural indefinite skikkelser)

  1. a person, especially one that is poorly seen
    • 2016, Boris Hansen, Panteon-sagaen #1: Vejen til Panteon, Tellerup A/S ISBN 9788758823584
      Hun fremstod som en hætteklædt skikkelse i en dybgrøn kåbe med honninggult hår og en høj lerkrukke mellem hænderne.
      She appeared as a hood-clad figure in a deep-green robe with honey-yellow hair and a tall clay-jar between her hands.
    • 2013, Jakob Knudsen, Når engle græder blod, Art People ISBN 9788771088854
      En sort, hætteklædt skikkelse trådte lydløst frem fra entreen, og med et halvlangt sværd skilte han på et splitsekund Jon Eliassens hoved fra kroppen.
      A black, hood-clad figure soundlessly stepped forward from the entry, and, with a semi-long sword, in the fraction of a second, he separated Jon Eliassen's head from his body.
    • 2012, Kenny Jess Brandt, Viktor Horsovsky, Klim ISBN 9788771291599
      “Hvad så du?” “En lav skikkelse, han havde kort, mørkt hår. Han holdt noget i hånden ... en kniv ... da jeg råbte efter ham, kiggede han på mig...”
      “What did you see?” “A short figure, he had short, dark hair. He was holding something in his hand ... a knife ... as I yelled after him, he looked at me...”

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