Definitions

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  • adj. Belonging to a dragon.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Belonging to a dragon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Belonging to or of the character of a dragon.

Etymologies

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Latin draco dragon.

Examples

  • The monsters thus produced seem to be a revival of the dracontine forms of the semi-barbarous Celtic and early Frankish arts.

    Illuminated Manuscripts

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  • Hmmm. If florentine means cooked with spinach, perhaps dracontine could mean flame-grilled by the resident kitchen dragon.

    Waiter: How would you like your tofu burger, sir? Char-grilled, pan-fried, or dracontine for a dollar extra?

    Moi: Let's go the magic huff, plate captain.

    December 23, 2012

  • To me, dracontine is not so draconian a term as draconian.

    December 23, 2012