dragon's head

NOUN
  1. American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers
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How To Use dragon's head In A Sentence

  • The North Node is also called Caput Draconis, or Dragon's Head, whilst the South Node is also called Cauda Draconis, or Dragon's Tail.
  • All the other houses in the street were new, with large window panes and smooth walls, but the old house had queer faces cut out of the beams over the windows, and under the eaves was a dragon's head for a rain-water spout. Tell Me Another Story The Book of Story Programs
  • Dutiful must cut off the dragon's head and bring it to the hearth of Elliania's motherhouse. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The ship also carried standing skysail pales and yards, a half poop, and had as her figurehead a toothy dragon's head.
  • The ship also carried standing skysail pales and yards, a half poop, and had as her figurehead a toothy dragon's head.
  • A colossal black serpent, with a dragon's head, wings, and legs, was twisted around itself like a giant knot.
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