verb (used with object) British Dialect.
Origin of fang2
Definition for fanged (2 of 2)
Origin of fang1
Related formsfanged [fangd] /fæŋd/, adjectivefang·less, adjectivefang·like, adjectiveun·fanged, adjective
Examples from the Web for fanged
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.
And the fanged face of the drock turned into the square, battered face of Jarvis Spurling.Star Performer|Robert J. Shea
He was loved by every man, woman and child, and feared only by the fanged wolves and hyenas that threatened to ravage the flock.Labor and Freedom|Eugene V. Debs
Inwardly they felt a painful constriction, a contraction to something hard, intent, and fanged.Foes|Mary Johnston
It came from the fanged mouths of serpents, and yet it is called "glad tidings of great joy."The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 2 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
Unable to turn his back on the fanged danger and go on, the bull would be driven into paroxysms of rage.The Call of the Wild|Jack London