Fang

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Synonyms for Fang

tooth

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Words related to Fang

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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Helen whirling past here tossed a fan into Rachel's lap.
I hope Lorenzo has better luck with the dynamo; without the fans there won't be much sleeping to-night if we're driven below.
For the messenger kept skipping up and down, and wriggling like an eel, as he came along, with his great hands spread out like fans on each side.
He stays with Diggs, silent and sorrowful, and fans Tom's face.
An' wasn't there the Governor of Kura Island, an' the Chief iv Police, Japanese gentlemen, sir, an' didn't they come aboard the Ghost as his guests, a-bringin' their wives along-- wee an' pretty little bits of things like you see 'em painted on fans.
An' the game is we got to do our best to put our man down for the count because of the fans has bet on us.
She reclined in a plush-bottomed and gilt hammockchair near a tiled fireplace, with Japanese fans on the mantel and a glow of coals in the grate.
Others waved their hands or handkerchiefs, or shook their fans or parasols, or threw up windows and called in haste to those within, to come and see.
Pontellier reached over for a palm-leaf fan that lay on the porch and began to fan herself, while Robert sent between his lips light puffs from his cigarette.
Lecount took a large green paper fan from the chimney-piece, and seated herself opposite her master.
It was the White Rabbit returning, splendidly dressed, with a pair of white kid gloves in one hand and a large fan in the other: he came trotting along in a great hurry, muttering to himself as he came, `Oh
There were several little appendages to this dress, such as a fan, a pair of earrings, a chain about the neck, a watch in the bosom, and a ring upon the finger, all of which would have been deemed beneath the dignity of sculpture.
She had a fan in her hand that one of the ladies had given her to hold.
I am afraid I took your wife's fan in mistake for my own, when I was leaving your house to-night.
She had seated herself and taken up a fan for some time before she said, in her quiet guttural--