Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as hippogriff.

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Examples

  • Earth -- the dragon, the griffin, the hippogriffin, and the different species of gargoyle.

    A Dreamer's Tales

  • All in that city was of ancient device; the carving on the houses, which, when age had broken it, remained unrepaired, was of the remotest times, and everywhere were represented in stone beasts that have long since passed away from Earth -- the dragon, the griffin, and the hippogriffin, and the different species of gargoyle.

    Selections from the Writings of Lord Dunsay

  • All in that city was of ancient device; the carving on the houses, which, when age had broken it remained unrepaired, was of the remotest times, and everywhere were represented in stone beasts that have long since passed away from Earth -- the dragon, the griffin, and the hippogriffin, and the different species of gargoyle.

    Tales of Three Hemispheres

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