Striving to be evocatively mysterious, eyrie is in the end merely mystifying.
Of course Lysa summoned Sansa to the eyrie immediately thereafter.
Looking fearfully from her eyrie, Olivia saw the band had neared the foot of the cliffs.
He described the meeting by the eyrie and repeated the dialogue as he remembered it.
It seemed to Leigh, looking from his eyrie, that Nature had never before painted a panorama of such wondrous beauty.
The Leipzig, itself, like the Schwaben, is a hawk's nest or eyrie.
The peregrines have the eagles' eyrie, and are only eagles in miniature.
And there springs Radicofani, the eagle's eyrie of a brigand brood.
From this eyrie the whole wonderful Valley of Mexico could be surveyed.
Not for a moment, then, did our hunters think of climbing up to their eyrie.
"eagle's nest," 1580s (attested in Anglo-Latin from early 13c.), from Old French aire "nest," Medieval Latin area "nest of a bird of prey" (12c.), perhaps from Latin area "level ground, garden bed" [Littré], though some doubt this [Klein]. Another theory connects it to atrium. Formerly misspelled eyrie (1660s) on the mistaken assumption that it derived from Middle English ey "egg."