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Welsh dragon

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Definition of Welsh dragon in English:

noun

A red heraldic dragon as the emblem of Wales.
Example sentences
  • And he's quite confident that when City travel to Cardiff tomorrow chasing more points to take them further away from the league basement, there will be a few flags of St George waving in the stands to counter the legions of Welsh dragons.
  • The Welsh students won the rugby and netball - egged on by their colourful Welsh dragon mascot - while Oxford won the hockey and Glasgow the shooting.
  • Henry VII had a Welsh dragon and a wolfhound on his heraldic insignia.

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