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dragonné

(ˌdræɡəˈneɪ)
adj
shaped like a dragon
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Numerous examples underpin these different sections and the combination of reference to less familiar works, such as Dumanoir and Le Roux's play La Dragonne of 1842, and more widely known novels, such as Stendhal's Armance, as well as to works in the broader European tradition, proves to be extremely persuasive.
In her letters to the playwright, d'Eon referred to herself as his petite dragonne, his lady dragoon, or perhaps his dragon lady.
We are thrilled that Foresight Software is customizing its products for its international client base," said Eduardo Dragonne, manager, Philip Morris Central America.