What is another word for fanged?

Pronunciation: [fˈaŋd] (IPA)

Fanged refers to having teeth that protrude or are visible even when the mouth is closed. Some synonyms for fanged include tusks, incisors, gnashers, dentition, canine teeth, dental fangs, chompers, and sabers. Tusks are elongated teeth found in some animals, such as elephants and walruses. Incisors are front teeth used for biting and cutting, while gnashers are used for grinding and crushing. Dental fangs are sharp, pointed teeth used by many animals for hunting and defense, and chompers are used for chewing. Canine teeth are found in many predators, while sabers are found in prehistoric beasts like the Saber-toothed Tiger.

What are the hypernyms for Fanged?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Fanged

The deep, rich shadows, the throne, the tiger skin, the sandaled feet of the remorseful king resting on the great fanged and leering head, the eyes of the king looking hungrily out from under his forbidding brows, the cruel lips pressed tightly together, and the lithe, thin hands grasping the carved arms of the throne in fierce restraint,-all this in the deep shadows between the majestic carved columns, their bases concealed by the rich carpet covering the dais and their tops lost in the brooding darkness above-the lowering darkness of purple gloom that only served to reveal the sinister outlines of the somber, sorrowful, suffering king, while he indulged the one pure passion left him-listening-gazing from the shadows out into the light, seeing nothing, only listening.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
There is no harbour at Land's End and the cruel fanged rocks would make the direct voyage very dangerous, so the journey has to be lengthened out from Penzance.
G. E. Mitton
In front of the Princess Patricia's Light Infantry there was a number of fanged tree-stumps called by the sylvan name of Friesland Copse.
"From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917"
Philip Gibbs

Famous quotes with Fanged

  • Winter's here, and you feel lousy: You're coughing and sneezing; your muscles ache; your nose is an active mucus volcano. These symptoms -- so familiar at this time of year -- can mean only one thing: Tiny fanged snails are eating your brain.
    Dave Barry

Related words: deer fangs, deer with fangs, deer that have fangs, deer teeth, fanged deer diseases

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