Vali sings while playing with an alligator on a pink swing set, hustling at a lemonade stand and dancing with shadowy creatures.
Consider one bold, green dress with a voluminous skirt that shimmered with what looked like the green scales of an alligator.
No matter what was on that flag—a white buttercup, a corn muffin, the skeleton of an alligator, who knows?
You can even purchase a “Canned Exotic Meat Gift Set,” which includes rattlesnake, alligator, elk, and buffalo.
In another study, children saw a puppet show where a mouse was eaten by an alligator.
Then, all of a sudden, in came swimming the alligator, right toward the rabbit.
Along its back, was a ridge of horns, like spines, and higher than an alligator's.
A moment later my curiosity was satisfied, for there emerged slowly from the covert an alligator nearly as large as my canoe.
What have you got in that alligator, Sheriff, that you're so careful not to set it down and forget it?
The alligator was fed on raw flesh, and sometimes with milk, for which he showed great fondness.
1560s, lagarto (modern form attested from 1620s, with excrescent -r as in tater, feller, etc.), a corruption of Spanish el lagarto (de Indias) "the lizard (of the Indies)," from Latin lacertus (see lizard). Alligarter was an early variant. The slang meaning "non-playing devotee of swing music" is attested from 1936; the phrase see you later, alligator is from a 1956 song title.