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a spout that terminates in a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal

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an ornament consisting of a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal

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What the Gargoyles most dread is a noise," said the man's voice.
Very good," said the Wizard; "we can all yell better than we can fight, so we ought to defeat the Gargoyles.
Gargoyles are one of the most popular Slayer assignments to receive.
THE entrance was flanked by gateposts on each side; twin stone gargoyles with owl-like, malign, expectant eyes that watched me closely.
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In a sign of the changing times, an Iranian-born architect in the Netherlands has adorned his latest building with emoji gargoyles.
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These gargoyles can't get enough of the view stuck to their
It included a stunning performance by Jason Singh and the ceremonial burning of totem pole gargoyles which had been a feature throughout the festival.
Young readers will have no trouble jumping from London to Paris, following all the various categories of angels, demons, the Alliance, and the castes of gargoyles and their concomitant power struggles, which are not unlike the state of affairs in our world today.
Hopes for the return of the missing gargoyles from a historic church have dimmed considerably, after the person who purchased them from a bank has indicated he has no interest in returning them.
99 I, Frankenstein 12 VIGILANTE gargoyles and ferocious demons are locked in bitter conflict.
I, FRANKENSTEIN (12,) VIGILANT gargoyles and ferocious demons are locked in bitter conflict.
For reasons too dreary to go into, he's a buffed-up superhero-type involved in a battle with an army of demons and gargoyles that'll decide the fate of humanity.
Years later it also became clear that my picture was taken under a false impression, the assumption (still shared by most visitors, apparently) that those gargoyles, being attached to a thirteenth-century Gothic cathedral, are therefore thirteenth-century gargoyles, give or take a century.