sea serpent

NOUN
  1. huge creature of the sea resembling a snake or dragon
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How To Use sea serpent In A Sentence

  • They regularly report sea serpents, but the kraken is the most fantastic, and the most feared.
  • Its counterweight pulled Corwin up, just in time for his ankles to escape the snapping jaws of the sea serpent. WATER BOOK TWO: REUNION
  • The mature eel has not been discovered, but it could possibly come in sea serpent dimensions.
  • There were a record number of entries from yellow submarines, tall ships, small ships, rafts, sea serpents, to shipwrecks and fishing boats and lots more besides.
  • The gaudy maps they passed around at the Spanish court—vast waters with pictures of sea serpents smiling ominously in the waves, weird configurations of terra incognita promising cities strewn with gems, countries populated by Amazons or anthropophagi or talking animals—translated into nothing more than pretty beaches and bad-tempered inhabitants with very sharp arrows. Dream State
  • She WILL be reaching for a huge sea serpent with a kind of natural lumination light on his head-like deep sea fish. A Study of Sarah...
  • Elsewhere, various and sundry monsters, sea serpents, dragons and bare-breasted enchantresses were dealt with methodically.
  • The world's biggest and most famous kelpie is the Loch Ness Monster, although it is often mistaken for a sea serpent (FB).
  • The fisherman cut their lines and set sail for port, but the sea serpent continued to follow them.
  • In the realm of sea lore, fact or fiction, stories of sea serpents have long held a special place.
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