fangy

adjective
\ˈfaŋē, ˈfaiŋ-, -ŋi\
-er/-est

Definition of fangy 

: having fangs specifically, of certain root crops : producing roots with fangs sugar beets are often fangy on acid soil

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History and Etymology for fangy

fang entry 2 + -y

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