- n. Plural form of triton.
“the newts could be referred to as 'tritons', 'neptunids',”
“Therese + Joel One of the tritons Ms. Frank's husband Howard, the chief operating officer of the Carnival Corporation, remained in Miami, where the two live.”
“Therese + Joel Neil Zuckerman and Matthew White If La Serenissima, as Venice is known, had any competition it was mostly from the two buff, half-naked male tritons wielding staffs and standing guard on pedestals over the festivities.”
“Technically, Teresa was still in the relocation program when his appetite for trafficking parrots, blue-eyed tritons, great sulfur-crested cockatoos, goffins, and extremely rare reptiles known as Komodo dragons was wheted.”
“The parts of the temple that are finished are highly ornamented, with pictures of gryphons, medusae, bulls, tritons and other fantastic figures, and lots of geometrical decoration including swastikas and scales.”
“The Minton covering was laid in 1852, and depicts dolphins, tritons and sea nymphs.”
“Maybe I could stick some magic up the larger shells, like the tritons, and make them 'wind-shells' which act like an outboard engine.”
“Fred would be carrying a bow and arrow and have a wreath on his head, and then if the tritons want to carry me away he can stop them.”
“And these tritons would fall in love with me and take me away to the bottom of the sea.”
“And he would be so handsome and strong, and these tritons would want to drown him, but I would save him and go with him back to where he lives and the tritons would discover us there and then ... and then maybe you could all come along and save us.”
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