- n. Plural form of gorgon.
“Try this for scary numbers it would also explain gorgons desperation to stay in office.”
“Whatever the Clinton administration's commitment to multilateralism had been, these gorgons turned it to stone.”
“But this more robust multilateral approach ran up against the three gorgons of the immediate post-Cold War period: Somalia, Bosnia, and Rwanda.”
“Yet, plenty of gorgons beckon: Iraq, Afghanistan, North Korea.”
“I feel tempted to draw more gorgons now.... wet jungle-dwelling ones.”
“I especially like the pack of gorgons attacking the pareiasaur!”
“The next few people are pretty excited about this unicorn, and they tend to wax rhapsodic about how enchanting it is over pints at the pub, but actual awe is now reserved for things like gryphons and gorgons.”
“All the while, he heard the hissing of the gorgons all around him.”
“When all the stones had been listened to, and all the thousands of lives had poured into the blind woman's ear, the gorgons made a raft for Tiresius.”
“The gorgons, not truly monstrous, not truly cruel, to women, pitied the blind Tiresius.”
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The above. With the addition of cheese.
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