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Synonyms for dragon

a creature of Teutonic mythology

a fiercely vigilant and unpleasant woman

a faint constellation twisting around the north celestial pole and lying between Ursa Major and Cepheus


any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body

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She becomes a hypersexual dragoness, threatening the camouflage of normalcy(32) sustained by the clear ideological divide between marriage in the suburbs and sex on the streets.
Gradually the chaperon is reappearing, though not often do we find her the formidable, lynx-eyed dragoness of former days, who kept her young charge strictly to her side between dances - the modern maid's independent temperament would not submit to that - and the chaperon of to-day is often as keen upon dancing and having a good time as are the younger folks.
The adaptation of Alan Hollingsworth's novel follows Nick Guest (Dan Stevens), a young Tory, boffing and snorting his way through Dragoness Thatcher's frightfully blue-blooded Eighties high society.
Apart from the heats and finals of the Welsh Cup on Saturday, where the winners will battle it out for a winner's prize of PS7,000, the day will also include the Little Welsh Dragon and Little Welsh Dragoness with a guaranteed PS5,000 prize fund for both races.
Apart from the Electric Mile, the highlight of Thursday's card will be the two-year-old Junior Welsh Dragon and Welsh Dragoness and the Cors Caron Cup.