[ US /ˈdɹæɡənˌhɛd/ ]
  1. American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers
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How To Use dragonhead In A Sentence

  • Masses of pink light up shady places where the false dragonhead grows, and the jewel weeds are thickly hung with pendant blossoms of orange and pale yellow. Some Summer Days in Iowa
  • As the two knights reseated themselves at another table and began ordering again, a troupe of men in strange armor with helmets shaped like dragonheads came thundering into the little sushi shack.
  • Without a dragonhead like Foxconn it's hard to get that kickstart," Tse said. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • (Veronicastrum virginicum) about 3 to 5 feet with spiky white flowers; false dragonhead Belleville News Democrat: Homepage
  • A false helm at that, for the face within was less the visage of his pursuer than the intricate dragonhead crest was. LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM
  • Whez Lavastone, after killing the second guard, raced toward the king, ignoring the leering dragonhead looming over him. Emperor of Ansalon
  • It seems the former dragonhead of the Tsuen Wan gang was raking in HK$14 million per year BWG
  • A wooden dragonhead is attached at the bow, and a dragon tail at the stern.
  • The pyrenean prunella has large purple heads; the false dragonhead (_Physostegia_), pale rose-purple spikes; centranthuses, cymes of red and white; centaureas, heads of yellow, blue, and purple; pinks, divers shades of red and white; and monkshoods, hoods of blue or white; and all are very hardy, ready growers, and copious bloomers. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
  • Vikings (which then meant pirates not the Norse) did not just raid Northern Europe, they settled in the mediterranean, brought to Northern Europe dragonhead symbolism (purportedly from the Sythians around 5th C),rediscovered and settled in Greenland and North America, gave Russia its name (debatedly), and served in the Varangian guard (Byzantium) as mercenaries. Why Fantasy?
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