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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals, Biology
fangfang /fæŋ/ noun [countable]  HBAa long sharp tooth of an animal such as a snake or wild dog
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fangWhen rock'n'roll loses its fangs and stops being just a little bit dangerous, then it is over.They are oviparous, or egg laying, and have rigid fangs.A rattlesnake's fangs are neatly folded away when not in use but are swung forward for the strike.Other days he growled, the fangs angry and huge and brightly wet.Ko-Ko must be getting a little long in the fang by now.I remembered the animals on the fang and how they had behaved when one mounted the other.They sold the fang to their son Richard, who only came during summers, until about 1926.They growl and show their fangs.
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