I wriggled as hard as I could, and in the few seconds for which he opened his jaws, I managed to escape.
One person who is blind uses the “jaws” screenreader software.
Here, he chooses his favorite movie baddies, from the Joker to jaws.
From jaws to The Sound of Music, The Daily Beast ranks the books that became the biggest blockbusters.
But when patients open their jaws, he totters on the abyss and gets no steadying hand from God.
I locked my jaws on that vow—I said I would never go roving any more.
Then Sigmund seized the wolf with his hands and tore her jaws apart.
Cutting off the creature's tail, just behind the jaws, is a pretty sure way to ex-terminate him.
He could not close his jaws, but hurried, open-mouthed, off the premises.
Take the wise four-legged man,” said the old Chippeway, “and pull from his jaws seven of his teeth.
1610s, "to catch in the jaws, devour," from jaw (n.). In slang from 1748, "to gossip, to speak" 1810, "to scold." Related: Jawed; jawing. Hence 19c. U.S. slang jawsmith "talkative person" (1887).
Either of two bony structures that form the framework of the mouth and hold the teeth.
The mandible or maxilla or the part of the face covering these bones.
: ain't had a good jaw together (1842+)