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  • n. Plural form of hippogriff.


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  • What's next; a Masters in Zoology specializing in unicorns and hippogriffs?

    Mythological Beasts

  • Pterodactyls, beetles and birds have to work within aerodynamics; so do fairies and hippogriffs.

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  • Imagine an Eastern herbal medicine, based on consuming exotic animal parts, with the addition of Pleistocene megafauna and extinct hippogriffs and unicorns and such.

    SBBT Stop: Greg van Eekhout

  • I enjoy a little rough shooting before breakfast: since hunting with hounds was banned, the Estate has been overrun with hippogriffs (as I predicted it would be in the House) and one has to keep the numbers down somehow.

    Lord Bonkers' Diary

  • Lastly, sirens, hippogriffs and the like are my own invention.

    Descartes' Theory of Ideas

  • Amy was as likely to accidentally get pregnant as hippogriffs and unicorns were to be found wandering in Hyde Park.

    A Hopeless Romantic

  • I do not invite my fair readers, whose sex and impatience give them the greatest right to complain of these circumstances, into a flying chariot drawn by hippogriffs, or moved by enchantment.


  • Then it's the case that we ought to bring a large force including many werewolves and some hippogriffs.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • It was a little flock of birds -- cheeky and fearless in their numbers -- objecting to the presence of a hippogriff where, by thrush and jay and finch judgment, hippogriffs had no right to be.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Thenceforward the flight of the “Albatross” became quite a race through the heights of the sky, as if she had been harnessed to one of those fabulous hippogriffs which cleared a league at every sweep of the wing.

    Robur the Conqueror


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