[ US /ˈsiɡˌfɹid/ ]
  1. (German mythology) mythical German warrior hero of the Nibelungenlied who takes possession of the accursed treasure of the Nibelungs by slaying the dragon that guards it and awakens Brynhild and is eventually killed; Sigurd is the Norse counterpart
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How To Use Siegfried In A Sentence

  • After killing it, Siegfried bathed in its blood, thereby rendering himself invulnerable.
  • The boys got off to rough start when they came on stage in elaborate costumes and make up and Kimmel asked if they were "hit by Siegfried and Roy's tour bus. Tim & Eric Explain 'Chrimbus' Traditions On Kimmel (VIDEO)
  • Siegfried repeated his injections, varying the treatment between sedatives and muscular relaxants with another cautious shot of arecoline, and at five o'clock he used the stomach tube again to give magnesium sulphate. Every living thing
  • Mime argues that such a thing is impossible, is out of nature; that what to the young bird is the old bird, which feeds it in the nest until it is fledged, that is to Siegfried, inevitably, Mime! The Wagnerian Romances
  • Leo recognized the heroic strains of Siegfried: Siegfried, holding his precious Notung in hand: DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • He clambers over the machinery with the agility of a monkey, hanging at giddy angles to watch Siegfried's latest bit of boorish behaviour.
  • When his second wife proclaims that she is descended from the legendary hero Siegfried and the demigoddess Brunnhilde, nobody snickers outright.
  • As he spoke, he unfastened from the leathern strap that went across his shoulders a small tin box, and, opening it for a moment, let Siegfried peep at a bright carmine-coloured mass of something within. Parables From Nature
  • There, he’s found by a kindly blacksmith (Von Sydow), who raises Prince Siegfried as Eric, a brawler whose swordsmanship is unparalleled. Not bad: not bad at all | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"
  • He wrote six different sketches embodying different philosophical stances before settling on her ecstatic acceptance of fiery reunion in death with Siegfried.
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