from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as dragonné.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • That summer crawled with them, insects of every denomination: cicadas caught by the cat, wingless, came to rest in the roots of the garden we planted; sudden swarms of dragonflies whose ominous shadows danced dragony, unstinging kisses on our sunburnt shoulders, whose flight patterns warped a disruption in the glimmer-bright wavering of the pool's window reflection.


  • Also, and I liked this, the dragons don't seem to be affecting the historical record in any discernable way - that is, the history is happening more or less as it happened in our non-dragony world.

    Kirkus Best Books of 2006

  • Ooh, action-packed dragony goodness is sure to follow!... more »

    Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games: November 2008 Archives

  • Ooh, action-packed dragony goodness is sure to follow!

    Peter Jackson Options Del Rey Author - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games

  • EDIT: nevermind that bit about shineyquarter; she's coming along for the ride of dragony-goodness! once again my beloved cousin ryan, of cat-sitting fame, will save the day and check on the kitty.

    August 28th, 2003

  • Heaps of baby dragony thing owners, but not many Peophin owners.

    13th August '03

  • Chio released that little dragony pet of hers, and she bursts into tears if you glance sideways at her.

    First Fall

  • It will only slip a minuscule 13% from week to week, which could hint at a long, dragony box office career.


  • Maleficent, Disney's "postmodern" reworking of Sleeping Beauty, is gathering speed, with rumours stemming from the LA Times placing Angelina Jolie in the pointy cowl of the titular evil queen with the dragony propensities.

    Empire News

  • Can anyone overtake Puff in your heart of dragony hearts, PopWatchers?



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