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How to use leviathans in a sentence

Above them, mysterious leviathans—swollen gas-towers—spread black bulks against the sprinkled night.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
He had been expecting us, and led me along a duck board over the morass, to where one of these leviathans was awaiting us.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
He's one of the leviathans now--had a fifty thousand book on the Derby.
LONDON'S HEARTB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
He is a “trust-buster” himself, so far as the over-capitalised and oppressive leviathans of business are concerned.
THE ROMANCE OF THE REAPERHERBERT NEWTON CASSON
Some of the volcanic group are so nearly on a level with the water, that they look like the backs of so many leviathans at a halt.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXLV. JULY, 1844. VOL. LVI.VARIOUS
They talked of vessels of 400 tons burden as being large, and those of six to seven or eight hundred were described as leviathans.
THE SHELLBACK'S PROGRESSWALTER RUNCIMAN
His leviathans and huge worms and wrecks of ships rot on every shore and in his dunnest deeps amidst pearls and sea-born blooms.
THE MASQUE OF THE ELEMENTSHERMAN SCHEFFAUER
Yes, it is his kitchen; where he roasts his behemoths and leviathans; his smallest platter is a good deal bigger than this deck.
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MAGOLON CAHUN
I saw leviathans spouting water from their noses as high as your mast, and we were tossed about the waters like a log.
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MAGOLON CAHUN
Leagued leviathans of the Sea of Heaven, out of their nostrils goeth smoke, and their eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.
MODERN PAINTERS, VOLUME V (OF 5)JOHN RUSKIN

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