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  • n. Plural form of dragonet.


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  • A shadow cast by dragons quite unlike the pet dragonets which roam the cities like stray cats, or the tame wyverns men ride like horses, high over the Parisian rooftops.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • The thing about fire -: | peathing dragons was that ordinary nest material led to burn up or melt or scorch unpleasantly, so londs were a dragon's best friend, little ogre, no larger than Dor himself, stood at amid three winged dragonets while the dragon lady glared benignly on.

    Falcon Street

  • I hoped the somber mood would not affect the dragonets, or have some other unforeseen adverse effect.


  • One depicted the torture of a saint, his rippled white back being flayed by dragonets and archangels.

    The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre

  • For a moment he imagined himself on the Hatching Grounds, the excitement as the dragon eggs burst open and the dragonets scrambled awkwardly out of their shells, multifaceted eyes whirling anxiously, searching for their life mates.

    Dragon's Fire

  • Though they had never hunted on their own, wild dragons classed human among the "prey animals," and there was no telling which of the young dragonets brought in by hunters might have feasted at one point or another on a two-legged meal.


  • Between the storms and the influx of dragonets, there was too much going on in the compound for anyone to be paying any attention to Vetch's activities as long as he went out of his way to draw no attention to himself, in any way, for any reason.


  • By nightfall, there were five dragonets in pens in the compound, none of them nearly as young as Avatre, but not near fledging yet either.


  • It was true enough that the older she got, the more she blended in with the growing number of dragonets.


  • And if our young hotheads can actually manage to steal so many dragonets from the nest-and I am forbidding them to take more than one from any one nest'then we are about to double our strength to a full Hundred, and perhaps more.



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