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flying dragon

any of several arboreal lizards of the genus Draco, having an extensible membrane between the limbs along each side by means of which it makes long, gliding leaps.
Also called flying lizard. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • A carved bird or beast at a corner seemed like some vast walking or flying dragon wasting the pastures and villages below.

  • A flying dragon swoops by and there is no gnat there any longer.

    Insect Stories Vernon L. Kellogg
  • It was the old king serpent whose seven years were up and who was now become a flying dragon.

    The Shoemaker's Apron Parker Fillmore
  • They had seen him fearlessly face the flying dragon, the death-that-flew.

    The Lost Warship Robert Moore Williams
  • The largest was really, without any effort of the imagination, the exact copy of the flying dragon so frequent on their porcelain.

  • The dawn man might face a flying dragon, but the Ogrum were too much for him.

    The Lost Warship Robert Moore Williams
  • But the third transformed himself into a flying dragon; arrows flew from each of his feathers, and he killed many of their men.

  • A pass, called the flying dragon, 3580 feet above the sea, lies between this and a larger tributary of the same river.

  • This is all we have for the flying dragon so celebrated by antiquity.

  • Above the umbrella are flowers and ornaments of precious stones; and it terminates with a flying dragon set in the same manner.

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