gorgon[ gawr-guh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gorgon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GORGON
In its surface he could safely look at the reflection of the Gorgon's face.
Hence the Gorgon, one of her consorts, was ordered to go ahead and lead the way.
The Gorgon cannot have looked more coldly wicked than her ladyship just then.
Unfortunately the journal says very little of the Gorgon's voyage home.
"Surely the Gorgon was a kind of prehistoric suffragette," objected Dick.
The Gorgon stares you out of countenance, and that suffices.
Myrtle fossilized them as suddenly as if she had been a Gorgon instead of a beauty.
Nor must we forget that he has run upon a limitation, that Gorgon from whom he fled.
In the tussle between Perseus and the Gorgon the odds are all in favour of Perseus.
"It looks just as if the Gorgon had stared at them and petrified them with a glance," said Nora.