With a glance I disarm their malice, and fascinate the basilisks.
And of course we have basilisks mounted on posts around the grounds.
Hence, too, originated the superstition of basilisks in mines, which destroyed with their terrible gaze.
They killed by the sight like basilisks; a chance view of one of those boatwomen was a crime to be wiped out with blood.
They were like basilisks, and offended my eyes, though they did not altogether strike me dead.
Basilisks' eyes were around us, and we trod a path beset with serpents.
My good Captain Blunt, let our basilisks in the wood fling their leaden hail above the heads of our kneeling archers.
But now it seemed to me as if quite strange eyes, flowers eyes, basilisks eyes, peacocks eyes were gazing at me.
David tried to soothe her—to coax her—in vain; her cheek was on fire, and her eyes like basilisks'.
The masonry, therefore, was ill fitted to resist the huge balls hurled against it by the basilisks.