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  • noun A small or female dragon.


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dragon +‎ -ette


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  • Only when she was sure she had a fertile one had she felt prepared to look for the right girl to play mother to the incipient dragonette.

    Aerie Lackey, Mercedes 2006

  • "A Krosan dragonette," Chainer said, clucking his tongue.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • The dragonette bled from multiple bites, the blood pulsing down its hide.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • The dragonette saw the amphibian but did not charge.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • Both the frog and dragonette screamed now, but the cries of the ocean warrior's opponent were full of pain and despair.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • The amphibian below tore more flesh from the dragonette, and some of the six limbs lay amputated.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • "It will break its way in and kill whoever it finds when it sees and smells the corpse of the dragonette."

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • Soon only the dragonette, frog, and a single bleeding hound remained.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • Great hounds milled, their foamy jaws hinting at madness as they bit at each other before the sight of the dragonette and the frog set them running.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001

  • Though the dragonette lay dismembered, a response to its dying cries filled the arena and perhaps the rest of the city.

    Odyssey Moore, Vance 2001


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