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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gorgonize.

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Examples

  • The king, for answer, simply gorgonized the poet with a stony Bourbon stare.

    Classic French Course in English

  • Blaire's shoulder, and they instantly halt, gorgonized by this direct contact with the fairy-like being.

    Under Fire: the story of a squad

  • As Crocker has well put it, when the face is affected it is gorgonized, so to speak, both to the eye and to the touch.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • As Crocker has well put it, when the face is affected it is gorgonized, so to speak, both to the eye and to the touch.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • and the yearning stalagmites bristling upwards, gorgonized sound-baffles licking out reverb, tubular silence: cold-wet, the guts of stone hills, these, the villi of the earth itself, absorbing no nutrient but sound.

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  • and the yearning stalagmites bristling upwards, gorgonized sound-baffles licking out reverb, tubular silence: cold-wet, the guts of stone hills, these, the villi of the earth itself, absorbing no nutrient but sound.

    Subterraneaniana

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