Examples of fang in a Sentence
the fangs of a rattlesnake
a tiger baring its fangs
Recent Examples of fang from the Web
The institute is a master at promoting legislation that looks unassuming, even laudable, on its surface while keeping its right-wing fangs sheathed.
The next night, the creature sinks its fangs under her skin.
Or oversize moray eels waiting to sink their fangs into the soft flesh of unsuspecting human prey.
Oladipo smiles a charming smile, but his fangs are about to come out.
Reichner is now at Oregon State, pushing for a starting role on the roster's thinnest position group and easily identified by the black-and-white mouthguard painted to resemble sharp fangs.
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star posted a photo of herself on her Instagram Tuesday (March 27), sporting fangs that appear ready to be sunk into the faces of superstars.
Their mouths are gaping and full of sharp fangs, their bodies are dotted with tendril-like filaments and fin-rays, and their heads are crowned with a dangling, bioluminescent lure that draws unsuspecting prey straight to their jaws.
In one shot, a uniformed officer in round shades and a narrow tie yanked on high school sophomore Walter Gadsden’s sweater while a German shepherd lunged toward the student’s stomach with mouth open, fangs bared.
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FANG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fang for English Language Learners
: a long, sharp tooth
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medical Definition of fang
fangedplay \ˈfaŋd\ adjective
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