Definition of Dragons

1. Noun. (plural of dragon) ¹



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Definition of Dragons

1. dragon [n] - See also: dragon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dragons

dragonette
dragonfish
dragonflies
dragonfly
dragonfruit
dragonfruits
dragonhead
dragonheads
dragonhide
dragonish
dragonless
dragonlike
dragonnade
dragonnades
dragonne
dragons (current term)
dragonskin
dragonskins
dragonslayer
dragonslayers
dragonwort
dragonworts
dragoon
dragoonade
dragoonades
dragooned
dragooner
dragooners
dragooning
dragoons

Literary usage of Dragons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1890)
"dragons have also had their contests with saints. St. George defeated a monstrous dragon ; other holy personages followed his example, and the times became ..."

2. The Popular Science Monthly (1890)
"The hieratic traditions of dragons appear at first sight to have been inspired by the singular forms of these monsters; and it would bo easy enough to ..."

3. China: Its History, Arts and Literature by Frank Brinkley (1902)
"Bowls decorated with dragons pursuing pearls ; outside a balance weighing gold and playing children. Bowls with bamboo leaves and polyporus fungus, ..."

4. Scandinavian Folk-lore: Illustrations of the Traditional Beliefs of the by William Alexander Craigie (1896)
"STORIES of dragons which fly through the air by night, and vomit fire, ... dragons brood over gold in the mounds. They are fiery in front like a baker's ..."

5. Lun-hêng by Chʻung Wang, Alfred Forke (1907)
"On dragons (Lung-)tsii). When in midsummer during a thunder-storm lightning strikes a tree or demolishes a house, it is a common saying that Heaven fetches ..."

6. The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient by Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl (1899)
"CONCERNING dragons. The land of Ethiopia has a good neighbor which it is to be envied, ... Now that land is the mother of the size of the largest dragons; ..."

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