Words nearby canine
Origin of canine
OTHER WORDS FROM canineca·nin·i·ty [key-nin-i-tee] /keɪˈnɪn ɪ ti/, nounsu·per·ca·nine, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for canines
Unlike most canines, dingoes are capable of rotating their wrists.Pets or Predators? 10 Things About Australia’s Famous Dog, the Dingo|Meredith Kaufman|June 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the Capuchins the incisor teeth are erect, and are always shorter than the canines.
In the lower jaw the canines were also strong, but the incisors are not certainly known to be more than two pairs.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
In Glossophaga and Phyllonycteris the upper incisors form a continuous row between the canines.
He would lead the way to where three canines were chained in the junkyard.In Pawn|Ellis Parker Butler
The canines are very large, tusk-like, and set in an excavated notch on the jaw.