Origin of fang1
OTHER WORDS FROM fangfanged [fangd], /fæŋd/, adjectivefangless, adjectivefanglike, adjectiveun·fanged, adjective
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How to use fang in a sentence
So I never allow myself to take anything for granted (or the fanged writing gods will descend on me).
We swipe a fanged cupcake and fight one last battle, to get out of the party.
With great fanged beak out-stretched, it was flapping through the air on leathery wings.
The lizard bird, all claws and fanged mouth and hooked wings, was trying to knock the man down.
He closed his eyes; his body shook with fear; he could almost feel strong, sharp-fanged jaws closing upon his neck!Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park|James Willard Schultz
On that day tame sheep and shambling, horned oxen, and the sharp-fanged dog and hardy mules to the touch of the hand.Hesiod, The Homeric Hymns, and Homerica|Homer and Hesiod
Oh, the sorry spectacle a young man makes when that sly snake, jealousy, hath fanged him!The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers