Dragon

  • 01.017 about dragons
  • 01.043 and the depredations of dragons,
  • 01.080 The dragon’s ire more fierce than fire
  • 01.083 and he thought of plundering dragons
  • 01.093 as fierce as a dragon
  • 01.094 If you have ever seen a dragon
  • 01.095 would be enough to wake the dragon
  • 01.103 and the Withered Heath where the great dragons bred.’
  • 01.104 There is a dragon marked
  • 01.109 not even when he was a young dragon,
  • 01.110 (who had no experience of dragons
  • 01.110 apart from the dragon?’ he asked.
  • 01.116 and out of it comes the dragon too –
  • 01.117 and dragons are comfortably far-off
  • 01.119 and the dragon,
  • 01.123 Undoubtedly that was what brought the dragon.
  • 01.123 Dragons steal gold
  • 01.123 There were lots of dragons
  • 01.123 that dragons make going from bad to worse.
  • 01.123 we saw the dragon settle
  • 01.123 but there was the dragon waiting for them.
  • 01.123 in the fog the dragon came on them
  • 01.123 for that is the dragons’ way,
  • 01.136 The dragon
  • 01.140 and dragons must sleep sometimes,
  • 02.002 “thinking of dragons
  • 02.010 and shall await your respected person at the Green Dragon Inn,
  • 03.035 They must have come from a dragon’s hoard or goblin plunder,
  • 03.035 for dragons
  • 03.040 he hated dragons
  • 04.003 since the dragons had driven men from the lands,
  • 07.022 before Smaug or the other dragons
  • 07.095 before they came to the dragon’s stronghold.
  • 07.102 and swept above the dragon’s lair:
  • 07.128 the dragon was waiting at the end.
  • 07.142 and the dragon,
  • 09.016 and the still unconquered dragon)
  • 09.019 and especially against the dragon of the Mountain.
  • 10.003 (which some were inclined to attribute to the dragon –
  • 10.008 and of the coming of the Dragon,
  • 10.018 of any dragon
  • 10.038 and spoke confidently of the sudden death of the dragon
  • 10.039 nor the thought of the dragon,
  • 10.041 and killing dragons like Smaug,
  • 11.002 in the Dragon
  • 11.004 They were come to the Desolation of the Dragon,
  • 11.005 without meeting any danger or any sign of the Dragon
  • 11.007 on the day the Dragon came.
  • 11.010 The dragon is still alive
  • 11.013 there were fewer signs of the dragon’s marauding feet,
  • 12.013 a vast red-golden dragon,
  • 12.016 Above him the sleeping dragon lay,
  • 12.017 But the dragon did not wake –
  • 12.020 It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations,
  • 12.020 Dragons may not have much real use
  • 12.022 the frightful eyes of the hunting dragon.
  • 12.026 the dragon shan’t have all of us.
  • 12.028 The dragon came.
  • 12.029 The dragon swooped
  • 12.031 they could hear the roar of the flying dragon grow
  • 12.035 I was not engaged to kill dragons,
  • 12.037 Getting rid of dragons is not at all
  • 12.041 Had he known more about dragons
  • 12.043 dragons’ sense of smell.
  • 12.047 said the dragon somewhat flattered,
  • 12.049 said the dragon.
  • 12.053 sneered the dragon.
  • 12.058 This of course is the way to talk to dragons,
  • 12.058 No dragon can resist the fascination of riddling talk
  • 12.073 that dragons were softer underneath,
  • 12.074 The dragon stopped short
  • 12.076 The dragon rolled over.
  • 12.079 for the dragon spouted terrific flames after him,
  • 12.080 Never laugh at live dragons,
  • 12.081 why the dragon had made such an awful noise,
  • 12.082 to the dragon,
  • 12.087 that the dragon guessed too much
  • 12.089 in talking to a dragon,
  • 12.090 that catching a dragon napping
  • 12.091 The dragon has withered all the pleasant green,
  • 12.094 from which the only way out led through the dragon’s lair
  • 12.095 The talk turned to the dragon’s wicked words
  • 12.099 I fear that dragon
  • 13.001 of the dragon’s return.
  • 13.005 when I knew there was a dragon at the other end,
  • 13.028 Certainly not the dragon,
  • 13.034 (and also untouched by the dragon,
  • 13.042 for any rumour of the dragon’s coming.
  • 13.049 and slimed by the passing of the dragon.
  • 13.057 since the dragon smashed the magic door,
  • 13.062 A dragon would always be hungry
  • 13.067 of the coming of the dragon,
  • 13.071 in the South there was no sign of the dragon,
  • 14.006 As like as not it is the marauding fire of the Dragon,
  • 14.009 The dragon is coming or I am a fool!’
  • 14.010 So it was that the dragon did not find them quite unprepared.
  • 14.013 the dragon’s wrath blazed to its height,
  • 14.014 Fire leaped from the dragon’s jaws.
  • 14.015 Back swirled the dragon.
  • 14.017 That was the dragon’s hope.
  • 14.021 The dragon was circling back,
  • 14.023 The dragon swooped once more lower than ever,
  • 14.025 and the dragon was dead.
  • 14.029 I am the slayer of the dragon!’
  • 14.033 Who aroused the dragon from his slumber,
  • 14.034 had stirred the dragon up against them deliberately!
  • 14.040 that dwelt on the borders of the Desolation of the Dragon.
  • 14.042 Only five days after the death of the dragon
  • 14.043 where the dragon lay.
  • 15.020 but rather him that shot the dragon with his bow.
  • 15.024 over with the death of the dragon –
  • 15.048 and by my hand was the dragon slain
  • 15.049 the dragon’s weak spot;
  • 15.049 upon which a dragon has long brooded,
  • 15.060 The whole place still stinks of dragon,’
  • 16.005 though the dragon is no more!’
  • 18.042 The dragon was dead,
  • 18.054 and even dragons have their ending!’
  • 19.002 The dragon is withered,
  • 19.016 And your snores would waken a stone dragon –

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