Thou wouldst he safest within the walls that shelter the treasure--with thy kinsfolk of the house of wyvern.
And now the wyvern swung it back and forth in a metronome sweep.
She had liked Mr. wyvern from the first meeting with him, and a sense of trust had been nourished by each succeeding conversation.
They have these disks, one to a wyvern, and they control forces with them.
Sinister: A wyvern erect on his tail erm., collared and chained as the griffin.
Thorvald and the wyvern were linked in a tight circuit which excluded Shann.
A wyvern has a dragon's head and wings, with two eagle's legs, his tail is curled round itself and ends in a spear-point.
Yet he had been sent there to get the Throg free and out of wyvern territory.
The wyvern city existed as a series of cell-like hollows in the interior of a rock-walled island.
Then it occurred to her that Mr. wyvern was aristocratic in his views.
c.1600, formed (with excrescent -n) from Middle English wyver (c.1300), from Anglo-French wivre, from Old North French form of Old French guivre "snake," from Latin vipera "viper" (see viper). In heraldry, a winged dragon with eagle's feet and a serpent's barbed tail.