Fang

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tooth

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a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon

an appendage of insects that is capable of injecting venom

canine tooth of a carnivorous animal

hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake

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The teen romances starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have whetted an appetite for fantastical adventure stories with tortured young heroes and heroines, and spawned one abominable and fangless spoof, Vampires Suck.
Early snakes with a mouth more like today's fangless boa constrictors diverged from lizards some 100 million years ago, says Vonk.
Last year we had Dracula - a fangless task for top actors to update Bram Stoker's semi-erotic novel.
FANGLESS Wolves were lucky not to be on the wrong end of a mauling at the hands of goal-shy Queens Park Rangers.
Lockhart is indeed a fangless basilisk as Rowling's additional description makes clear: "Lockhart gazed desperately around him", and his usually photographic face is not "remotely handsome anymore"; and his previous award-winning smile is no more as he bears "the absence of his usually toothy grin" (294).
The previously fangless Foxes found their teeth with goals from Robbie Savage, Gerry Taggart and even Ade Akinbiyi.