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  • n. Plural form of talon.


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  • Your comment about Mark T. being a "snake in your talons" is a gem.

    Government blues

  • I see men with coiffed hair and shoppers in talons hauts* toting dogs the size of an American football.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • She discovered quickly that seizing rigging in her talons was a bad idea.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • Items such as talons raise Chocobo's attack, whereas items such as saddles will raise his defensive stats.

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  • The creature uses its enormous talons to capture its prey, grappling and crushing the unfortunate and then draining the victim's blood through its tubular suckers.

    "The Body Snatchers" and other Alien Pods

  • The thing was bloated and obscene; a headless, faceless, eyeless bulk with the ravenous maw and titanic talons of a star-born monster .

    "The Body Snatchers" and other Alien Pods

  • Emanuel Ungaro also heaped sweater shoulders with eagle talons and festooned tops with wolf and eagle faces.

    The Call of the Wild

  • Without thinking, I flew at him, my fingers curled into talons and aimed at his eyes.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Her talons punched into the soft soil, giving her enough room to flap her wings and push her high enough to skid-land atop one of the tombs.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • Slate roof tiles scattered as her talons dug in for support.

    Darkness Becomes Her


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