And the same idea is sung by Demogorgon at the close of the fifth Act.
They congratulated her on her complete escape from Demogorgon.
But we afterwards find her in her proper station, subject, with the Fate and Witches, to the redoubtable Demogorgon.
Dryden says: ‘When the moon arises, and Demogorgon walks his round.’
Milton, in ‘Paradise Lost,’ alludes to ‘the dreaded name of Demogorgon.’
Great Gorgon, Demogorgon, whose name might not be uttered, a magician who had power over the spirits of the lower world.
But had my name been Demogorgon, after so prolonged a mystery he had still been disappointed.
She seemed so entirely to have eclipsed tailordom, or 'Demogorgon,' as the Countess was pleased to call it.
He's the first-begotten of Beëlzebub, with a face as terrible as Demogorgon.
His sister, the Countess, once explained to him what Demogorgon was, in the sensation it entailed.