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  • adj. belonging to Falconiformes


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  • These gryphons were a uniform dark brown from beak to tail, a color with some patterned shading in a lighter brown, but nothing nearly like the malar-stripes or masks of the falconiform gryphons, or the variegations of the hawk-gryphons, with their bright yellow beaks and claws.

    Storm Breaking

  • Like Skandranon, he was of the broadwing variety, hawklike rather than falconiform, but he was huskier than Skandranon.

    The Silver Gryphon


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