Origin of Gorgon
OTHER WORDS FROM GorgonGor·go·ni·an [gawr-goh-nee-uhn], /gɔrˈgoʊ ni ən/, adjective
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How to use Gorgon in a sentence
In Greek mythology, the Gorgon Medusa had the face of a woman and poisonous snakes for hair; her glance could turn men to stone.
Military drones, with ominous code names like Gorgon Stare and Constant Hawk, can monitor movement across an entire urban area.
Unfortunately the journal says very little of the Gorgon's voyage home.Voyage of H.M.S. Pandora|Edward Edwards
But the messenger of the gods bade him have no fear, for he himself had come to help in the perilous quest for the Gorgon's head.
Catching up the cloak in which he had wrapped the Gorgon's head, he cried: "Whoever is my friend, let him turn away his eyes."
In Gruenwald's eyes, the only difference between me and Medusa the Gorgon was that looking at me did not turn him to stone.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
She has no beauty; and as for Gorgon, the creature has a look of timid softness in waiting behind her rocky eyes.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith