Williams would have only one more commercial success, Night of the iguana in 1961, after his partnership with Kazan ended.
First one paw and then another relaxed, until, with a thud, the coati and iguana struck the ground together both stone-dead.
The colour of the iguana changes, like that of the chameleon.
I was therefore obliged to order the removal of the entrées of iguana and bats before we could proceed with the repast.
A lizard or iguana calls for a further exercise of culinary knowledge.
Parrots jabbered and a few of them roosted in the iguana tree.
One in my possession has engraven on it the figure of an iguana.
In the tree behind Fernando, the iguana decided to climb higher, its head waggling, tongue forking.
On the left is the picture of a vessel with Kan and the iguana.
The girls had a great scare the first time they came upon an iguana, thinking that it was a crocodile.
1550s, from Spanish, from Arawakan (W.Indies) iguana, iwana, the local name for the lizard.
Foure footed beastes ... named Iuannas, muche lyke vnto Crocodiles, of eyght foote length, of moste pleasaunte taste. [Richard Eden, "Decades of the New World," 1555]