Salamander – 1. Limbed, tailed amphibian with soft, moist skin. 2. Mythological reptile said to live in fire
The salad manager (salamander) is on fire and the salads he made looked like frogs (amphibians) with tails.
Examples of salamander in a sentence (amphibian)
European salamander have dark skin with, usually, yellow spots.
The giant salamander feeds largely on fish and shrimps.
The girl guides found a salamander on their pond search.
Examples of salamander in a sentence (mythological creature)
The salamander was believed to be a spirit that lived in the fire.
The flaming salamander was guarding its home.
Unharmed and unaffected by the fire, the salamander thrived.