Examples of fang in a Sentence
the fangs of a rattlesnake
a tiger baring its fangs
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Their fangs deliver sharp, painful bites and venom can cause redness, swelling, and tingling.
And it is still manufactured using the same basic method created in the 1890s, which involves milking snakes through their fangs, injecting the venom into horses or other large animals and collecting their antibodies.
So, after showing his fangs and a death-grip handshake in his first meeting with Trump at a NATO summit in Brussels in May, Macron invited him to the Bastille Day celebration, to be held Friday.
October horoscopes are here, like a tiny person wearing plastic fangs at your doorstep demanding candy.
According to a Dena'ina story, Caribou once had fangs and no sense of smell.
Usually spiders are not even able to chomp on people, partly because the arachnids’ fangs are too small and weak.
The fangs could also be used for protection or hunting.
He instead became afflicted with a condition that was a form of vampirism — the thirst for blood, along with fangs and super strength — and fought Spider-Man.
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fangedplay \ˈfaŋd\ adjective
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