The supporters of the arms of Viscount Halifax are two griffins.
The complainants must have been the kraken, the griffins, and the serpents.
Her gold and her station are two griffins that guard her on each side.
In the depths in the fire-place, behind the griffins, there Mitz was sobbing.
The house behind the griffins was not exactly a cheerful place.
In the exuberance of her content, she patted one of the griffins as she passed.
As for mad dogs, they were looked upon as imaginary beasts, like the griffins and the rest in the menagerie of the apocalypse.
And the griffins threw darts of fire, as it were lightning, at the hawks.
Then the griffins gave over the chase, and the Sons of Turenn made for their boat, and they embarked with the four apples.
His third and youngest son catches and brings him one of the griffins and the king regains his sight.