Recent Examples of dragonfly from the Web
People with a passion for dragonflies began posting their pictures and articles.
The family room, which has straw marquetry dragonflies on the walls, can also be used as a fourth bedroom.
In 2014, geologists on an oceanographic vessel discovered rocks on the beaches of Hawaii formed of sand and coral and plastic waste, with entire toothbrushes and plastic bottles entombed inside them, like the wings of a prehistoric dragonfly.
As an added benefit, the dragonflies will feed on other insects, specifically mosquitoes.
The dragonfly is meant to invoke a sense of creativity and innovation, characteristics that Bell wants to convey to its customers and workforce alike.
Madison metalsmith Hiroko Yamada has sculpted an enormous dragonfly in honor of the American Red Cross.
Cypress Spring, a fenced-in area with a small body of water that will be home to tadpoles, dragonfly larvae, mosquito fish and macroinvertebrates.
The new logo features a red-and-white shield with the new company name at the top and a dragonfly silhouette at the bottom.
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First Known Use of dragonfly
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Definition of dragonfly for English Language Learners
: a large insect that has a long thin body and four wings and that is often seen near water
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