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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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Tonight's match is manager Jayne Ludlow's first competitive fixture in charge of the Dragonesses.
Cardiff City Ladies' Nia Jones gave the Dragonesses the lead, heading home the rebound after Angharad James' fantastic 25-yard free-kick was tipped on to the bar by Maria Korenciova.
Dykes formed part of a strong Welsh contingient in the first leg, lining up alongside fellow Dragonesses Lauren Townsend, Sophie Ingle, Angharad James, Georgia Evans, Hayley Ladd, Nadia Lawrence and Sharla Passariello, with goalkeeper Alice Evans on the bench.
Dragonesses Ingle, Loren Dykes, Angharad James, Georgia Evans and Alice Evans all played in the previous 2-1 victory over Barcelona while the Vixens may also feature new Welsh winter captures Hayley Ladd, Nadia Lawrence, Lauren Townsend and the returning Sharla Passariello.
Wednesday sees the Dragonesses take on a tough France B side, to be followed by tests against Bosnia and Costa Rica as they look to progress out of Group C.
The Dragonesses were again without striker Natasha Harding, who sustained an injury in the opening Group C game.
In their opening Group C game in the Croatia tournament, the Dragonesses were sunk by a 38th minute strike by Marina Makanza.
With four games remaining, Wales sit five points behind leaders England in Group Six but the skipper, who scored a hat-trick in Thursday's 4-0 victory over Montenegro, is confident the Dragonesses can finish top.