(used with a singular verb) Trademark.
a role-playing game set in a fantasy world resembling the Middle Ages.
Abbreviation: D&D.

trademark for a fantasy role-playing game in an imaginary medieval world; by extension, any complicated and unpredictable situation in which one is involved


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