Then he went to Chartres, and examined its scaly spires and quaint carving then he idled about Coutances.
The scaly flesh of his head and face was dissolving like melting butter.
With that he clutched the poor weeping Princess in his scaly arms and carried her back to the castle.
O insatiate brute, and most disgusting, brazen, and scaly reptile!
Slith agreed by pounding vigorously on the table with his scaly rump.
There we were sensible of the motion and use of the scaly pieces.
Though the outlaws carried on a constant guerilla warfare with the scaly Ones, it was all on a small scale.
The Armed-Fish has its name from its arms, and its scaly mail.
He grasped the fish and tore it, pushing frantically at his own body with the now-rancid, scaly, odorous mass.
The stem is inclined to be scaly, thickened at the base, solid.
scaly scal·y (skā'lē)
Covered or partially covered with scales.
Shedding scales or flakes; flaking.