Guan Yu had a knife shaped like a half-moon which was called the Green Dragon.
He watered the horses at the pump, then drove to the Green Dragon.
“My address will be ‘“Green Dragon,” Oxford,’” said the tutor.
You know the Green Dragon,—perhaps I ought to say, you know where it is.
Over its entrance hung a sign bearing the figure of a green dragon.
A bush cut in the shape of a bird held a green dragon in the mouth.
The burly landlord of the Green Dragon, too, had seen the awful apparition.
The Green Dragon was of very frequent occurrence on the signboard.
The Green Dragon Inn was one of the most famous of historic taverns.
It was the ostler from the ‘Green Dragon’ bringing a letter for Mr. Archer.