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  • n. Plural form of gryphon.


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  • She had Starblade and Kethra's approval of this liaison, but in many ways the gryphons were a second set of parents to her lover, and winning their approval as well made her spirits rise with a glow of accomplishment.

    Widows and Orphans

  • The gryphons were his favorite creations, and he knew and kept track of every promising youngster.

    The Black Gryphon

  • The gryphons were the other factor that made this war-at-a-distance possible.

    The Black Gryphon

  • In fact, one of the 'gryphons' I mentioned earlier has escaped.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The makaar and the gryphons were a study in contrasts, despite the darker mages" obvious attempts to mimic the Mage of Silence's handiwork.

    The Black Gryphon

  • Seven years of basilisks and gryphons and pegasi; seven years of magic, and I the only true freak among them.

    Valentines, part the first

  • Bookish gryphons, petulant sphinxes, mourning mermaids, sinister ringmasters, all these and more!


  • They become books and movies and weavings and patterns, gryphons and shapeshifters and unicorns.

    Valentines, part the first

  • As Laurie embellishes her tale with gnomes, unicorns, gryphons, and other fanciful creatures, Dickie comes to believe that he is a character in her story.

    The Giant-Slayer by Iain Lawrence: Book summary

  • And right over there was where the gryphons flew in and out of Ironforge.

    The Shattering


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