Examples of fang in a Sentence
the fangs of a rattlesnake
a tiger baring its fangs
Recent Examples of fang from the Web
The writers of the Bible likened these empires to great mutant beasts, with sharp fangs, powerful claws and multiple heads.
This installment opens with a 19th-century flashback showing Dracula besting the vampire hunter Van Helsing: think a caped and fang-bearing Bugs Bunny versus Elmer Fudd.
The move from black-to-white cinema to color helped — plus a whole lot of blood — but Lee had a long and legendary run as the Count, marked by his furious intensity and ridiculously sharp fangs.
Only a few types have venom strong enough to harm you and fangs (yikes!) long enough to penetrate your skin. Venomous spiders found in the Southeast include: Black widow – identified by the pattern of red coloration on the underside of its abdomen.
Its jaws swing open; the fangs, each an inch of needle-sharp, hollow bone, unhinge from the roof of its mouth.
According to WBRC, Chappell Williams, 9, of Mountain Brook, Alabama, recently was taking a dip when a copperhead snake sank its fangs into her hand.
The moment the fangs touch the glove, the venom glands plunge like hypodermic needles, shooting poison into saline.
The institute is a master at promoting legislation that looks unassuming, even laudable, on its surface while keeping its right-wing fangs sheathed.
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FANG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fang for English Language Learners
: a long, sharp tooth
FANG Defined for Kids
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medical Definition of fang
fangedplay \ˈfaŋd\ adjective
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