Fang – meaning of the word and examples

A long sharp tooth. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A long sharp tooth: such as one by which an animal’s prey is seized and held or torn or one of the long hollow or grooved and often erectile teeth of a venomous snake. (Merriam – Webster)

One of the chelicerae of a spider at the tip of which a poison gland opens. (Merriam – Webster)

The root of a tooth or one of the processes or prongs into which a root divides. (Merriam – Webster)

A projecting tooth or prong. (Merriam – Webster)

Fangs are the two long, sharp, upper teeth that some animals have. (Collins Dictionary)


Look out below when Wall Street gets de-FANG’d.

Why are Japanese women paying hundreds of pounds to make perfectly straight teeth look crooked and fang-like?


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