gigantic spider

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  • Then he opened his eyes and beheld a gigantic spider slowly making its way down his clothing. Cited from Ralph Granger's Fortunes, by William Perry Brown
  • Out on to the edge of the coffin leapt the most gigantic spider which he had ever seen in his life! Cited from Tales of Chinatown, by Sax Rohmer
  • One miner is eaten by a gigantic spider, whose clan have made the mines their home.
  • In a separate scene a truly gigantic spider, species unknown, lurks among and above the skyscrapers of Toronto.
  • On several occasions, Spider-Man takes on more spider-like forms -- at the extreme even transforming into a gigantic spider.
  • Then comes a succession of fearsome monsters, the last being a gigantic spider, who spins a web.
  • They are quickly amazed and excited to find a cabin, but delight turns to horror when they open the door to discover a dead man hanging from a gigantic spider web.
  • They would be crushed, helpless as flies in the grasp of a gigantic spider. Cited from The Castaways, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • Among them is the Retiarius, a spider-like creature which makes gigantic spider-webs, and giant bees.
  • But before he went, however, he could not refrain from making a remark on the gigantic spider, which was swinging like a pendulum above the Doctor's head. Cited from Doctor Grimshawe's Secret,Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Newbolt had put her hair in order for the night, and now her crimping pins made the shadow of her head, bobbing on the ceiling, look like a gigantic spider. Cited from The Vehement Flame, by Margaret Wade Campbell Deland
  • They fight a gigantic spider and warp further to New York City where the Statue of Liberty, with its torch putting the city on fire, has come alive.
  • A bit of the leather harness by which the crane was worked hung down, and seemed to bind the engine like a thread of some gigantic spider's web. Cited from Three Cities Trilogy, Complete, by Emile Zola
  • That was the great cascade of wires that rose high over the river, like the legs of a gigantic spider whose eye was the little green light in the switch-house, and ran with the railroad bridge in the direction of the station. Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Upon reaching the top, Taurus is killed by the venomous bite of a gigantic spider that Conan in turn slays in a frenzied battle.
  • Like a gigantic spider it was, squat and horned. Cited from The Metal Monster, by A. Merritt
  • At higher levels an Orc Shaman riding a Wyvern, a group of Ogres, a Gigantic Spider or any one of a hundred other horrors might be encountered instead.
  • Indeed, when Celestina had first come to the weathered cottage on the bluff to keep house for the lonely little bachelor and had discovered that cottage to be one gigantic spider's web, her initial impression was that strings played far too important a part in the household. Cited from Flood Tide, by Sara Ware Bassett
  • There sate they, with eyes now fixed upon the ground, now turning towards the cliff and gazing mechanically upon that serried line, like the stairway of some gigantic spider -- those long ladders, planted with so much pains, climbed only once, and never to be climbed again! Cited from The Cliff Climbers, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • He talked, in a familiar way, about different kinds of spiders and their ways; and as he talked, he wove across the doorway, where he stood, a gigantic spider's web, unwinding a ball of twine in his hand, and looping various lengths on invisible tacks he had ready in the door frame. Cited from The Promised Land, by Mary Antin
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