(sometimes used attributively) An area of peril, darkness, or evil, which people fear to visit or explore.
Origin of mordor
From Mordor, a bleak realm ruled by the dark lord Sauron, in J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth. Tolkien created the name in his constructed language Sindarin, from mor (“dark, black”) and dor (“land”).
Mordor Sentence Examples
In Mordor, Sam pretty much uses the couplet as a cross to repel a vampire, or in this case a spider.
A ravening horde of evil Mordor Orcs are now rapidly closing the distance between themselves, Eowyn and her valiant defenders.
Representing the dwarves, Gimli comes from the mountain kingdom, and for the elves, Legolas joins the company; with Gandalf the wizard, the nine represent the free races in opposition to the Dark Lord Sauron of Mordor.