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plural of gargoyle
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Any decorative carved grotesque figure on a building
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An ugly woman
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A fictional winged creature

Almost immediately one of the gargoyles swept down from the sky and attacked him. The gargoyle's momentum drove them both over the side.

gargoyle
an ornament consisting of a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal
gargoyle
a water spout carved in the form of a grotesque human or animal
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an olive-flavored mouthwash
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A waterspout or ornament carved in the form of a grotesque human or animal figure, usually projecting from a roof gutter
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1 An ornamental spout, to discharge water outward from behind parapets 2 By usage, the carved or molded ornamentation, generally in the form of a grotesque figure, of a projecting gutter spout
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a spout that terminates in a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal
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A grotesque mythical animal figure used as a trademark by the Vacuum Corporation until about the mid-1930's
gargoyle
A figurine that projects from a roof or the parapet of a wall or tower and is carved into a grotesque figure, human or animal
gargoyle
A decorative carved grotesque figure on a building
gargoyle
an ornament consisting of a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal a spout that terminates in a grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal
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{i} water spout in the shape of a monster or grotesque creature (often on Gothic churches); grotesque figure resembling a gargoyle; (Slang) person who ha an ugly face
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A spout projecting from the roof gutter of a building, often carved grotesquely
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A gargoyle is a decorative stone carving on old buildings. It is usually shaped like the head of a strange and ugly creature, and water drains through it from the roof of the building. a stone figure of a strange and ugly creature, that carries rain water from the roof of an old building, especially a church (gargouille ; because the water appears to come out of the creature's throat). Carved spout that drains water from a rooftop gutter. The Gothic gargoyle was usually a grotesque bird or animal sitting on the back of a cornice and projecting forward for several feet in order to throw the water far from the building. The term is often loosely applied to any grotesque or fantastic beast, such as the chimères (chimeras) that decorate the parapets of Notre-Dame de Paris
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A gargoyle is a carved waterspout on a church or cathedral building Often it is in a grotesque shape of some animal, dragon or demon and was very common on Gothic cathedrals (e g Notre Dame, Paris)
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n A grotesquely carved figure of a person or animal, used in architecture to ward of visitations by evil spirits Warcraft III art
gargoyle
water spout projecting from the parapet of a wall or tower; carved into a human or animal shape, sometimes grotesque in character
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(n), an olive-flavoured mouthwash
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A carved grotesque figure on a spout which conveys water away from the gutters
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    gärgoylz

    Telaffuz

    /ˈgärˌgoilz/ /ˈɡɑːrˌɡɔɪlz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'gär-"goil ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English gargoyl, from Middle French gargouille; akin to Middle French gargouiller.

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