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Word: gargoyle

Definition: waterspout carved in grotesque figures on a building


Sentences Containing 'gargoyle'

Alyosha Kraven later began collecting a zoo of animal-themed superhumans, including Bushmaster, Gargoyle, Tiger Shark, Kangaroo, Aragorn, Vulture, Mongoose, Man-Bull, Swarm, Mandrill, Grizzly, Frog-Man, and Rhino. In the end, the Punisher managed to sabotage this zoo; though Kraven himself escaped to the Savage Land.
Bonaventure University, and known to play at the Gargoyle Park Pavilion in Olean.
Harrow and the Grey Gargoyle became the latest beneficiaries of DuBroth's scheme, but Spider-Man exposed the operation.
He set out again on a quest to find the missing Odin, and battled Spoor, Grey Gargoyle, and the Soul-Survivors.
When she fails to defeat his enemies, Shao Kahn has her devoured by a gargoyle in his palace.
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