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Wow, monitor lizards are pretty gnarly creatures. I want to go with the monitor lizard. That's just weird enough to be true. No? -- Neil Degrasse Tyson
Alligator: The crocodile of America, superior in every detail to the crocodile of the effete monarchies of the Old World. -- Ambrose Bierce
Gobartes the son of Artabazos -- Steven Pressfield
Genghises. Large, angry Genghises. -- S.j. Kincaid
Lorenzo Gambini, I presume? Or would you prefer to be called - "
"Sir," I cut in before he can say Scar. "You can call me sir, if it gives you the tingles. Otherwise, let's just stick with Gambini. -- J.m. Darhower
I know I screwed up my 'Godzilla.' -- Dean Devlin
Richard Papen: As it happened, I knew Gartrell. He was a bad painter and a vicious gossip, with a vocabulary composed almost entirely of obscenities, gutteral verbs, and the world postmodernist. -- Donna Tartt
The door opened to reveal something like the opposite of Inspector Genette: a very big man. Prognathous, callipygous, steatopygous, exophthalmos - toad, newt, frog - even the very words were ugly. -- Kim Stanley Robinson
The only monster here is the gambling monster that has enslaved your mother, and I call him Gamblor! -- Homer
You want us to bargain with a lizard?"
"They're not lizards, Father. They're extraordinary creatures who were
here long before any human was crawling on this earth. They are warriors
and scholars and - "
"He has long hair like a woman," one of Sigmar's sons blathered -- G.a. Aiken
This is the sphinx of the hearthstone, the little god of domesticity, whose presence turns a house into a home. -- Agnes Repplier
A giant capable of circumcising redwoods with his teeth ... -- Warren Ellis
You catch all that, Humphrey?" I asked.
"Get to eat demons for breakfast," he said with a grin.
"Hey, only if they misbehave," I said.
"Demons always do," he said, licking his lips.
I had a sinking feeling that the gargoyle had a point. -- E.j. Stevens
A cherub's face, a reptile all the rest. -- Alexander Pope
[My kitten's] gambols are not to be described, and would be incredible, if they could. -- William Cowper
Goliath symbolizes the vanity and the illusions of this world. They disappear in a puff -- Bangambiki Habyarimana
gamos, meaning a marriage or conjoining of hunter and prey. -- Loreth Anne White
hydra of revolution, -- Leo Tolstoy
I went looking for a legend and found a lizard. A fascinating lizard, but a lizard just the same. -- Patrick Rothfuss
It could be ... Giant Baba! -- Jack Tunney
THE ALLIGATOR IS AN ANACHRONISM THAT CAN EAT YOU! -- Karen Russell
Griff's pretty neat on his own. Scottish hedge! -- Damon Suede
GILDEROY LOCKHART T -- J.k. Rowling
The Ghigua who was the most fleet of foot stroked her legs and gifted -- P.c. Cast
My name is Gilan. The King wants to see you. -- John Flanagan
YOU CANNOT DEFEAT ME!' Gaia crumbled to sand, only to get blasted by more flames. Her body melted into a lump of glass, shattered, then re-formed again as human. 'I AM ETERNAL!'
'Eternally annoying!' Leo yelled, and he urged Festus higher. -- Rick Riordan
Griffon vultures, the strong, fearless creatures we called nesher that -- Alice Hoffman
Human history is a Gaian dream. -- Terence Mckenna
Go Go Gadget Leg! -- Inspector Gadget
pocket lizard licker. -- Anonymous
A pygmy upon a gyants shoulder may see farther than the [giant] himself. -- Leonard Mlodinow
But who are you?"
Percy - " I started to say. Then the skeletons turned around. "Gotta go!"
What kind of name is Percy Gotta-go? -- Rick Riordan
Birds nested among the gutters and eaves of Unseen University, although it was noticeable that however great the pressure on the nesting sites they never, ever, made nests in the invitingly open mouths of the gargoyles that lined the rooftops, much to the gargoyles' disappointment. -- Terry Pratchett
There's nothing quite like the sight of two dozen half-naked octogenarians. We enter the stage of life as dolls and exit as gargoyles. -- Anthony Marra
It wasn't a crow from dangling head down from the the car roof and looking in at the window. It was the little gargoyle from Belgravia. When he saw my horrified expression, his catlike face twisted into a triumphant smile, and he spewed a torrent of water over the windshield. - Sapphire Blue -- Kerstin Gier
Chadwickius frenemus, -- Heather Vogel Frederick
Hmm, I wondered as I knocked on Stephan's door, would you call a mischievous young ghoul? A ghouligan? I snorted at my own pun. I cracked myself up. -- Elizabeth A. Reeves
I'm told I have the body of a god."
"A Greek god, or one of those gods with the horse heads or elephant's legs coming out of their chests?" Alan asked. "Next time someone tells you that, ask them to specify. -- Sarah Rees Brennan
The Great and Terrible Humbug, -- L. Frank Baum
Deathwatch. That's a kind of beetle, it buries carrion. I -- Margaret Atwood
this "gawky, stammering adventurer. -- George Orwell
I should think this a gull, but that the white-bearded fellow speaks it; knavery cannot, sure, hide himself in such reverence. -- William Shakespeare
That above all else. They did not look out their windows. No matter what noises or dreadful possibilities, no matter how awful the unknown, there was an even worse thing: to look the Gorgon in the face. -- Stephen King
Who is the monster now? -- Justin Cronin
I hated myself for being so weak. I seemed to have no real personality of my own. Gaby was the mirror in which I saw myself. -- Marcia Clark
A faint tickling on the back of his right hand caused Eragon to look down. A huge, wingless cricket clung to his glove. The insect was hideous: black and bulbous, with barbed legs and a massive skull-like head. Its carapace gleamed like oil. -- Christopher Paolini
A glamazon is someone who's taken a love of beauty and life and listen, depending on the weather or how my blood sugar at any time, I can be more outspoken than other times, but it's a conscious decision to live life with a fierce determination. -- Rupaul
I began to understand that glory was a Gorgon who could turn you to stone if you failed to continue to perform -- Joel Dicker
Harlequin, probably derived from the old French Hellequin: a troop of the devil's horsemen. -- Bernard Cornwell
My eye-balls are glass,
my limbs marble,
my face fixed
in its marble mask. -- Hilda Doolittle
A mix of human and lizard and who knows what else. White, tight reptilian skin smeared with gore, clawed hands and feet, their faces a mess of conflicting features. -- Suzanne Collins
Gamache was the best of them, the smartest and bravest and strongest because he was willing to go into his own head alone, and open all the doors there, and enter all the dark rooms. And make friends with what he found there. -- Louise Penny
The Nephilim - the bogeyman for monsters, and all those who could be monsters. -- Cassandra Clare
On a Creep Scale from Hello Kitty to Cthulhu, I award it a Freddy
Granuaile MacTiernan -- Kevin Hearne
I am an evil Giraffe. -- Eddie Izzard
Who votes for these uninspiring gorgons? -- Rupert Dreyfus
tumbril on his way to the Guillotine. -- Charles Dickens
Am I so desperate I must accept any gentleman who is not a villain or a gargoyle? -- Tracy Anne Warren
"In an hour, sunflower. -- Alexandra Bracken
I is THE BIG FRIENDLY GIANT! I is the BFG. What is your name? -- Roald Dahl
Who is this pompous hobgoblin? His jaw had grown square, his belly had gone soft. He was parading like a dictator in jockey shorts and argyle socks. -- Genie Frisbee
Although a monster Geryon could be charming in company. -- Anne Carson
Face of an angel, voice of a serpent -- Claire C. Riley
The Komodo Dragon -- Stephen Harrison
The Galilean is not a favorite of mine. So far from owing him any thanks for his favor, I cannot avoid confessing that I owe a secret grudge to his carpentership. -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
Transfixed by the bright gaze of a lizard, I become calm. This stone on which the lizard lies was under the sea when lizards first came into being, and now the flood is wearing it away, to return it once again into the oceans. -- Peter Matthiessen
It's a Magril - a bird that's native to Gillikin Country. It spends half its life as a beetle, and when it's an adult, it goes to sleep for a year and wakes up as this majestic creature."
"Kind of like a butterfly."
"Kind of like you," he said. -- Danielle Paige
I am that gadfly which God has attached to the state, and all day long ... arousing and persuading and reproaching ... You will not easily find another like me. -- Plato
Well, I'll tell you, Mr. Graff-'
'Not Graff,' the big man snapped, looking annoyed. 'The name is Garff-Garff!'
'Say, that's good,' the hunter said. 'Garff-Garff- that's even better than bow-wow. Do you know any other animal imitations? -- Joe Millard
Who will guard the Guardians? -- Augustus
A lizard, resting in the shade of the anthill, studied Atkinson with interest, tilting its head this way and that. Atkinson studied it in return. A small, dull brown animal, usually it would not catch Atkinson's attention, but under the circumstances it became a thing of beauty. -- Martin Marais
...bottle green Jaguar. -- Cathleen Schine
The gaiaphage. That's the other word they use. 'Gaia,' as in world. 'Phage,' as in a worm or something that eats something up. I'm going to go way out on a limb here and say I don't think something that calls itself a 'world eater' is a good thing. -- Michael Grant
Gehrig was not like the common folk; Created, was he, like the strongest oak; -- Willard Mullin
Yes, the Gorgon has dried your tears.'
Well, she has opened my eyes too; it's a delusion to say she blinds people. What she does is the contrary-she fastens their eyelids open, so they're never again in the blessed darkness. -- Edith Wharton
This Giant had some sort of magic in his legs. -- Roald Dahl
The gods are made of marble
Deep inside a museum
A quadruped monster beckons me to approach
("Outcries") -- Helene Baronne D'oettingen
Hippogriff, n. An animal (now extinct) which was half horse and half griffin. The griffin was itself a compound creature, half lion and half eagle. The hippogriff was actually, therefore, only one-quarter eagle, which is two dollars and fifty cents in gold. The study of zoology is full of surprises. -- Ambrose Bierce
The giant Grof was hit in one eye by a stone, and that eye turned inward so that it looked into his mind, and he died of what he saw there. -Cyrin -- Patricia A. Mckillip
Give to a being the useless, and deprive him of the needful, and you have the gamin. -- Victor Hugo
That would be the gentleman lobster, -- C.j. Hauser
1.A green-glass beanstalk
2.An abstract represenation of a tree
3.A greener, glassier, uglier Washingtong Movement
4. The Jolly Green Giant's gigantic jolly green phallus. -- John Green
I am the Golux, the only Golux in the world and not a mere device -- James Thurber
My glowing form was so heavy, its feet sank into the top of the tank.
"Sekhmet!" I yelled.
The lioness whirled and snarled, trying to locate my voice.
"Up here, kitty!" I called.
She spotted me and her ears went back. "Horus?"
'Unless you know another guy with a falcon head. -- Rick Riordan
Well, let's see. Guardians spend all their time watching out for
others, risking their lives, and wearing bad shoes. Me? I have great
shoes, am currently massaging a pretty girl, and sleep in an awesome
I made a face. "Let's not talk about where you sleep, okay? -- Richelle Mead
A ghra. A amhain. My love. My only. -- Nora Roberts
I am a sea-gull - no - no, I am an actress. -- Anton Chekhov
Gonzo, the enlightened hippy-biker island god, was a hermit in every sense of the word; a hermit crab and this island was his shell. -- Jonathan Dunne
Ut who will guard the guardians? -- Juvenal
Gu himself presides over the room- a genial, noisy man with the widest, jauntiest, must luxuriant and ambitious mustache I have ever seen, permanently fighting gravity and the razor in its attempts to make contact with Gu's eyebrows. -- Peter Mayle
John Galt is Prometheus who changed his mind. After centuries of being torn by vultures in payment for having brought to men the fire of the gods, he broke his chains - and he withdrew his fire - until the day when men withdraw their vultures. -- Ayn Rand
The body is a rock; the arms are snakes -- Claudio Arrau
What sphinx of cement and aluminium bashed open their skulls and ate up their brains and imagination -- Allen Ginsberg
He was a dandy with on eear cocked, a gleam on his claw and a glint in his eye. He sauntered through the market square elegant and tattered, admired and cursed: a highwayman, a gentleman thief. His name was Taggle, for the three kittens had been Raggle, Taggle, and Bone. -- Erin Bow
Sarah Jane turned to face me square on, her eyes full of compassion and wisdom and strength I could never match. "You are the gaurdian, Jess. The truth is inside you if you look for it. Trust that you're here because you're destined to be. -- Kay Cassidy
crocogator." She -- Lou Cadle
My wife is a lovely leathery green, the blue-tongued lizard said;
Her eyes are as red as bulldog ants, lurking in holes in her head;
Her body is made of the speckled grass, a violet grows on her tongue,
And I could watch her for fifty years if nobody blundered along. -- Douglas Stewart
It was a perfectly normal gerbil. It appeared to be living in an exciting construction of cylinders, spheres and treadmills, such as the Spanish Inquisition would have devised if they'd had access to a plastics molding press. -- Neil Gaiman
An archaeologist is a ghoul with credentials. -- Robert Shea
There is no gaiety as gay as the gaiety of grief. -- Caitlin Thomas