ophidian : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n limbless scaly elongate reptile; some are venomous
- Picasso went to Italy with the ophidian prodigy of the salons, Poet Jean Cocteau, to work on the sets and costumes.
- And for the lady of devastating chic and ophidian fascination, who looks forward to penthouses rather than backward at palazzos, is the Cadillac-Fleetwood Art Moderne, a sleek .
- Then an "odious ophidian," a python regius of "lethal length," "leprous luster" and "fetid folds," embraced and kissed him so strenuously that he died, shattering her "cordon of .