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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Of course he does not tell why Medusas hair was turned into snakes.

The Medusas head is for ever recurring in their monuments and on their house-doors.

But nothing struck me more than a Medusas head by Leonardo da Vinci.

Gilbert recoiled before this lovely Medusas head expressing astonishment and fright.

This mushroom and the one named Medusas head, H. caput Medus, are perhaps the most conspicuous of the order.

Beneath this is the Medusas head, from which spring two volutes, ending in small silver flowers.

A Medusas head in terra-cotta; exquisite and of unusually careful workmanship.

Directly afterwards we found ourselves in a shoal of medusas or jellyfish.

Poor dwarf, unlike Mallare he has not learned that suffering is an illusion, that couches and Medusas are illusions.