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Definition of "draco" []

  • A faint extensive constellation twisting around the N celestial pole and lying between Ursa Major and Cepheus (noun)

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Use "draco" in a sentence
  • "D. draco is the stout-trunked Dragon Tree; D. marginata has grey stems and narrow leaves; D. fragrans has heavy blue-grey ribbon-like leaves as long as 3 feet."
  • "The well dragon -- the French "draco" -- also recalls the Babylonian water monsters."
  • "_Vitas Patrum_, you will find that he mentions the trail of a "draco" seen in the sand in the Desert, which appeared as if a _great beam_ had been dragged along."
  • "The well dragon -- the French "draco" -- also recalls the Babylonian water monsters."
  • "_Vitas Patrum_, you will find that he mentions the trail of a "draco" seen in the sand in the Desert, which appeared as if a _great beam_ had been dragged along."
  • "The quidditch uniforms look like football pads. when does it say draco wears a black suit in the book? toned down fighting = gayest thing ever. who cares about the younger audience members? the people who grew up on harry potter are between the ages of 15 and 20 so who cares if there is violence."
  • "Okay, my word verification is draco; anyone for a Draco Malfoy cake?"