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  • noun Plural form of wyvern.

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Examples

  • After the birth of paleontology in the early 19th century, naturalists manipulated scrappy dinosaur skeletons into fearsome reptilian beasts that looked more like wyrms and wyverns than real animals.

    That's Not a Dinosaur!

  • In retaliation, we murder three wyverns and everyone who dares open their bitch mouth to us.

    Penultimate Savage Worlds “Legends of Steel” Session Summary Posted « Geek Related

  • The wyverns trapped within would be of no use to them as burned corpses.

    The Shattering

  • “Get what wyverns we have and attack from the air!” she cried.

    The Shattering

  • What wyverns were left were swiftly prepared for flight, and the Grimtotem took the fight to the zeppelins.

    The Shattering

  • “Get what wyverns we have and attack from the air!” she cried.

    The Shattering

  • So Cheryl Morgan, Somerset resident, warned us to look out for wyverns - but maybe Somerset has left the dragon age behind and entered the era of steam punk.

    No wyverns, but...

  • The wyverns trapped within would be of no use to them as burned corpses.

    The Shattering

  • A shadow cast by dragons quite unlike the pet dragonets which roam the cities like stray cats, or the tame wyverns men ride like horses, high over the Parisian rooftops.

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  • What wyverns were left were swiftly prepared for flight, and the Grimtotem took the fight to the zeppelins.

    The Shattering

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