Cobra [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Cobra:

In the moonlight I could distinctly see the head of a cobra lying on another branch very near mine.

Then the cobra crawled along the branch to the trunk of the tree, and then on down to the ground.

The cobra was a sacred beast to the Hindus, and a seven-headed one was peculiarly so, seven being a mystic number.

All horrent the cobra exalts his hooded head, and the spanning jaws fly open.

Put round the neck a cobra-capella, and dress him in the garments by making nine folds round the waist.

While traversing that tract I came suddenly face to face with a large black cobra.

The striped spathe in some species of Arisaema bears a curious resemblance to the head of a cobra uplifted to strike.

While she hesitated an Italian duke who had been a little too gracious in London approached her like an erect cobra.

"This," and a man in coveralls shouldered me aside and set a cobra on the bar in front of me, a snake with a twelve inch tube.

Dayanand jerked off the cobra twirling round his leg, and with a single vigorous movement, crushed the reptile's head.