gargoyle po angielsku

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n. water spout in the shape of a monster or grotesque creature (often on Gothic churches); grotesque figure resembling a gargoyle

Przykładowe zdania

"And regenerating them, if the gargoyles are any indication," said Mariabronne.
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"They look out of range," Thaxton said as he watched the gargoyles hike to the green.
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Across came the assassin's right hand, the mighty sword creasing the gargoyle from face to wounded hip.
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Entreri came up behind the second gargoyle, which was already engaged with the ranger, and drove his sword through its spine.
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Entreri couldn't help but wince as the gargoyle dived into it full speed.
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He turned as the creature landed, dagger thrusting not with any chance to hit, but merely to keep the gargoyle back a stride.
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She didn't want the gargoyle touching her again, at least not until she was too paralytic with drink to care.
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The gargoyle caught it by the handle, just under the spiked head, but that was exactly what the dwarf had expected.
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The gargoyle corpses were gone too, Calihye realized.
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Then the gargoyle said you were down here.
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Synonimy

beast: brute, chimera, monster



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