A carved bird or beast at a corner seemed like some vast walking or flying dragon wasting the pastures and villages below.
A flying dragon swoops by and there is no gnat there any longer.
It was the old king serpent whose seven years were up and who was now become a flying dragon.
They had seen him fearlessly face the flying dragon, the death-that-flew.
The largest was really, without any effort of the imagination, the exact copy of the flying dragon so frequent on their porcelain.
The dawn man might face a flying dragon, but the Ogrum were too much for him.
But the third transformed himself into a flying dragon; arrows flew from each of his feathers, and he killed many of their men.
A pass, called the flying dragon, 3580 feet above the sea, lies between this and a larger tributary of the same river.
This is all we have for the flying dragon so celebrated by antiquity.
Above the umbrella are flowers and ornaments of precious stones; and it terminates with a flying dragon set in the same manner.